PANAMA'S CANOPY LODGE: El Valle de Anton
A superb introduction to Neotropical birds or a complement to your broader Middle American birding, all based at a charming lodge.
The imposing Black Hawk-Eagle, by guide John Rowlett
For a short birding holiday to welcome in the New Year, you can't do better than a visit to the Canopy Lodge. Familiar with the Canopy Tower? Expect the same level of service, cuisine, and hospitality, finer accommodations, richer birding right on the grounds, and cooler days. Unacquainted? Expect some real cool birding!
At the Canopy Lodge each day is pleasantly cool early and late, and pleasantly warm mid-day. The habitats are varied, the birds diverse and numerous, the accommodations extremely comfortable and tastefully appointed, and the food tasty and creative. The Lodge serves as a splendid base for our birding and makes for a perfect tour for spouses who might be "lite" birders. It is also a superb introductory tour to Neotropical birds, and an exciting tour for birders who have birded some in Middle America but are still looking for their first Tody Motmot or Rosy Thrush-Tanager, and for those who have birded widely but who are still looking for their first Black-crowned Antpitta or Rufous- browed Tyrannulet.
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