Raptor Migration in Panama
October 26 – November 3, 2021
Join the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin on a week-long adventure in Panama during the extraordinary raptor migration, and witness hundreds of thousands of raptors soaring over Ancón Hill to South America. Spot migrating Swainson’s Hawk, Mississippi Kite, and Broad-winged Hawk, as well as resident raptors including Gray-lined Hawk, Crested Caracara, and Peregrine Falcon. Observe birds from a diversity of settings, including rainforests, cloud forests, and mangrove ecosystems. This trip is limited to 12 travelers.
- Count birds with Panama Audubon Society on the famous Ancón Hill, and keep an eye out for Turkey Vulture and Broad-winged Hawk.
- Search in the cloud forests for Black-and-yellow Tanager, Plain Antvireo, and Rufous-collared Sparrow at Panama’s oldest national park, Altos de Campana.
- Journey to Soberanía National Park and continue bird counts from the Canopy Tower, where you may spot the elusive Aplomado Falcon.
- Visit the Rainforest Discovery Center located at the world-famous Pipeline Road for the unique chance to observe birds residing in the upper stratum of the rainforest including Keel-billed and Yellow-throated Toucans, Blue Cotinga, and Masked Tityra.
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Specialty Travel Consultant at Holbrook Travel
Debbie coordinates and customizes incredible travel experiences for the Foundation. She is happy to answer any questions that you may have about this trip and help reserve your spot.