Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Olivaceous Woodcreeper

An Olivaceous Woodcreeper has been a semi-regular in our yard. It comes to the pines near the feeders, always between 7:00 AM and 8:00 AM so far, and climbs up a few trees before moving back into the forest. The only other woodcreeper we have observed in our yard has been the Cocoa Woodcreeper, a far more common and widespread species in Panama. It is surprising to us that the Olivaceous has made more appearances than the Cocoa.

This video is in slow motion.

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