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Stripe-cheeked Woodpecker, one of Panama’s endemic birds: Photo by Dubi Shapiro

Welcome to our guide to the birds of Panama! This Central American country serves as a natural bridge between North and South America, and its diverse landscapes include rainforests, mountains, and extensive coastlines along both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. These environments provide homes for a wide variety of bird species, making Panama a haven for birders. In this section, you’ll explore our curated guides that showcase the birds of Panama. From the brilliant colors of the Keel-billed Toucan in the tropical forests to the majestic sight of the Harpy Eagle soaring over the canopy, Panama’s birdlife offers a captivating glimpse into the country’s natural beauty. Whether you’re observing migratory birds at the Panama Canal or exploring the lush landscapes of Soberanía National Park, we invite you to delve into our guides and immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Panamanian birds.