Birdwatching in Honduras – plumage aplenty

Daily delights greeted us – toucans, parrots, butterflies, flowering trees, towering mountains

Birdwatching in Honduras – plumage aplentySpring is an exciting time of year as everything awakens and regrowth is rampant. I always eagerly anticipate the return of the birds that migrated southbound last fall. Their beauty and – more importantly – their song delights and revitalizes me. I know where they go, but I seldom get a chance to see them…

Hardy Gunas’ way of life threatened by rising waters

Climate change blamed for the slow dissolution of the beautiful coral reefs that surround many of the islands off mainland Panama

Hardy Gunas’ way of life threatened by rising watersJesus Prestan is a stranger in his own land. Born a member of the Guna (pronounced Kuna) indigenous people on the  off the eastern coast of Panama, he grew up and was educated in Panama City. Now, when he returns to the islands that are home to his people, he’s treated politely, but as a…