The Big Sit! 2010 Statistics

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Team Information: Petrels In Panama

Captain: Leslie Lieurance
Location: Los Altos de Cerro A, Other (Panama)

Team Checklist

  1. Black Vulture
  2. White-tipped Dove
  3. Blue-headed Parrot
  4. Tropical Screech-Owl
  5. White-necked Jacobin
  6. Blue-chested Hummingbird
  7. Rufous-tailed Hummingbird
  8. Rufous Motmot
  9. Keel-billed Toucan
  10. Chestnut-mandibled Toucan
  11. Black-cheeked Woodpecker
  12. Red-crowned Woodpecker
  13. Lineated Woodpecker
  14. Cocoa Woodcreeper
  15. Western Slaty-Antshrike
  16. Eastern Wood-Pewee
  17. Boat-billed Flycatcher
  18. Red-eyed Vireo
  19. House Wren
  20. White-breasted Wood-Wren
  21. Tropical Gnatcatcher
  22. Swainson's Thrush
  23. Clay-colored Thrush
  24. Blue-winged Warbler
  25. Golden-winged Warbler
  26. Tennessee Warbler
  27. Nashville Warbler
  28. Blackburnian Warbler
  29. Bay-breasted Warbler
  30. Black-and-white Warbler
  31. American Redstart
  32. Canada Warbler
  33. Rufous-capped Warbler
  34. Bananaquit
  35. Crimson-backed Tanager
  36. Blue-gray Tanager
  37. Palm Tanager
  38. Golden-hooded Tanager
  39. Plain-colored Tanager
  40. Bay-headed Tanager
  41. Blue Dacnis
  42. Yellow-faced Grassquit
  43. Hepatic Tanager
  44. Summer Tanager
  45. Scarlet Tanager
  46. Baltimore Oriole
  47. Thick-billed Euphonia
  48. Lesser Goldfinch
  49. Yellow-bellied Eleania

Team Notes

Participants: Leslie & Cindy Lieurance

Weather: Overcast, intermittent rain, 73° - 77°

Location: Los Altos de Cerro Azul, Republic of Panama

Time At Location: 6:20ayem - 6:30pm

Notes:
Video at: http://birdpanama.blogspot.com/2010/10/sit-sightings.html It turned out to be a pretty good day to stay home and watch the activity in the yard. We had a strong start (Canada Warbler, Blue-winged Warbler, Golden-winged Warbler and Bay-breasted Warbler!), slowed during the morning, and languished throughout the afternoon. Although it could hardly be considered bad, the weather was not cooperative for high bird activity. It started with rain, continued with overcast, clouds, fog, and a few more rain showers through the day. We did have occasional patches of blue sky and several periods consisting of a few minutes of sun. But we had a good time - this is the first full day we have ever stayed home and done nothing but keep an eye on the wildlife activity in the yard. So many chores and projects beckon during the usual day at the casita.


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