CANAL AREA PACIFIC SLOPE

A birdwatching and wildlife tour visiting one of the most accessible protected area of the world

Metropolitan Nature Park (MNP) as the Lung of the City of Panama. Its 232 hectares saved one of the last remnants of Tropical Dry Forest of Central Pacific. As we get in to this area of life we will gradually discoverer this wonderful environment with 227 species of birds, 45 mammals, 36 reptiles and 14 amphibians. It is one of the wild scenes of Panama to observe some of the rich bird life of our country.

MNP is part of the Biological Corridor located along the east shore of the Panama Canal, which includes the Camino de Cruces and Soberania National Parks. The existence of this extensive protected rainforest along with others, such as Chagres National Park, ensures the efficiency of the Panama Canal which requires large quantities of water for its operation, and also provides drinking water for Panama, Colon and Chorrera.​

METROPOLITAN NATURE PARK​
 

Duration:  6 hours.

From $90 p/p

 

TOUR INFORMATION

Overview

METROPOLITAN NATURE PARK

Group size: 

Maximum of 2-4 participans.

Meal: 

Not included
Walking:

The walking effort is mostly easy-moderate.
Travel:

Ground Transport with air-conditioned.

Birds:
70-90 species
Mammals:
Up to 3 species



WHAT TO EXPECT:



*Spectacular scenery

*Distinctive mammals
*Bird list including many species.  Plus endemic Yellow-green Flycatcher  (uncommon)
*Short drive
*Small group
*Warm climate
*Led by an expert naturalist and birdguide

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White-necked Jacobin

The white-necked jacobin (Florisuga mellivora) is a large and attractive hummingbird that ranges from Mexico south to Peru, Bolivia and south Brazil. The white-necked jacobin is a widespread inhabitant of forest, usually being seen at a high perch or just above the canopy. It is less common at lower levels, except near hummingbird feeders.