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Observing & Portraying the Endangered Harpy Eagle & its Habitat
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Miraflores Locks, Panama Canal, Panama  
Tuesday, December 6, 2005
Built by the Americans in the early 20th century, the Panama Canal lock-and-lake waterway remains one of the great engineering marvels of all time.  The Canal extends 80km from Colón on the Atlantic to Panama City on the Pacific, passing through three sets of locks.  The Miraflores is one of these locks, and its visitors centre contains several good viewing platforms where you can watch the ships pass through.
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Photo credit: David and Ly Kitler
Equipment Used: Nikon D70s
AFC Flag Expedition #1:
Observing & Portraying the Endangered Harpy Eagle & its Habitat™
AFC Flag Expedition Artist and AFC Flag Ambassador: David N. Kitler
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