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Panama City, Panama, PanamaGrowing up in the highlands of Chiriqui in Panama, an area surrounded by wildlife and national parks, must have influenced Octavio’s fascination of ecology and bird watching. He spent his elementary school in Panama, and during high school he divided his time between California and Panama. While studying tourism in college, Octavio worked for Scuba Panama and earned his first job at the Panama Canal Museum in 1999. He has worked as a history and ecology tour guide for different tour operators, hotels, and cruise liners ever since. He is also a member of the Panama Audubon Society and the founder of the Tourism Guide Association of Panama. After 13 years of experience, he is now performing as a Certified Interperter Guide, Cruise Director & Naturalist Guide.
IBC Personal statistics:
- First material posted on 2 September 2010
- Number of videos posted: 3 covering 3 species (0.03%)
- Number of photos posted: 112 covering 89 species (0.89%)
- Number of sounds posted: 0 covering 0 species (0%)
Material by Octavio Rios on IBC
VideosSee all 3 videos
Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus)
A single bird hunting for Barn Swallows as they pass by on their migration... Locality Panama City, Panama Province, Panama 28 September 2012 29 September 2012 13 sec 4
Crimson-crested Woodpecker (Campephilus melanoleucos)
A Female eatting an insect. Locality Metropolitan Natural Park, Panama City, Panama Province, Panama 21 August 2012 23 August 2012 9 sec 3.8
Rainbow-billed Toucan (Ramphastos sulfuratus)
A single bird next to a group of howler monkeys at Chiken Landing area. We call it Keel-billed Toucan. Locality Fort San Lorenzo, San Lorenzo National Park, Colón Province, Panama 26 February 2012 02 March 2012 11 sec 3.5