Birds of Panama - large bird
The squirrel cuckoo (Piaya
cayana) is a large and active
species of cuckoo found in wooded
habitats from northwestern Mexico to
northern Argentina and Uruguay, and
on Trinidad. It feeds on large
insects such as cicadas, wasps and
caterpillars (including those with
stinging hairs or spines), and
occasionally spiders and small
lizards, rarely taking fruit.
more details from Wikipedia about
Squirrel Cuckoo please see this
This image was taken near El Valle, Panama.
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