More freedom in Panama as a foreigner than in the U.S as a citizen? Sure feels that way.

Freedom to express Individuality and to Succeed or Fail on one’s Own Merits without Forced Government Over Regulation or a Fixed Playing Field – Right On

The Panama Adventure

Written by a talented young writer in Coronado, Panama. I have a lot of the same feelings but she explains it better.

More freedom in Panama as a foreigner than in the U.S as a citizen? Sure feels that way..

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Motmots and Tutarones, a bit of Panama Wildlife

Panama Wildlife not exactly New York City BUT my type of Living

The Panama Adventure

We see so many birds here! A frequent visitor and one of my favorites is the Blue-Crowned Motmot. They are a bit larger than most of the yard visitors, very quiet, and usually visit singly or in pairs. Like all the birds here, they love papayas.

It’s summer and dry season, and something interesting has returned. I’ve never heard anything quite like it. At sundown a whistling starts in the woods. The local folks call them tutarones. I believe they are a kind of cicadas, though I can’t find any information on line. I’m very curious to learn more about them.

This is a video with nothing to see but a view of the woods by our house, but turn up the sound so you can hear the whistling, and also some bird calls. There’s always something new and interesting around here!

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