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    Clean-Up Gorgona Day

    Clean-Up Gorgona Day

    On Sunday, Sept 16 a “Clean-up Gorgona Day” will begin at 7:30 AM.  Participants are to meet in front of the Gorgona Health Center, across from the park (by the Catholic Church). Everyone is invited to participate-this is the first ever clean up ...

    Farewell to George Eisenrich

    Farewell to George Eisenrich

    George Eisenrich, 68 years of age, passed away at his home in the early morning hours of Sept 2.  Mr. Eisenrich was a long time resident of Gorgona and had a long career as a chef, primarily in the cruise industry.George and his wife, Teresa, opened the ...

    40 Students Sent to Univesity!

    40 Students Sent to Univesity!

    Just One Church, a non-denominational faith community that meets weekly in the Coronado Golf and Beach Resort, recently provided funds to pay the matriculation fees for 40 students at the Chitré Regional Campus of the University of ...

    Tax Breaks for property owners in Panama

    Tax Breaks for property owners in Panama

    Exoneration of Real Estate Tax in Panama For all people interested in acquiring Real estate in the Republic of Panama, be informed that by means of the Law 34 of 9 November 2005 an ...

    Commonly Asked Questions about Coronado

    Commonly Asked Questions about Coronado

    The Coronado property development group have developed a list of commonly asked questions from people looking to move to the area. There is some very useful information here:

    Pinot Grigio

    Pinot Grigio

    Pinot Grigio in Italy or Pinot Gris if you are in France is a grey grape that is best known in Italy although also grown in quantity in Alsace, Germany and Oregon. The Pinot Grigio is believed to be a mutant clone from the Pinot Noir grape which transpired in the 1300’s in Burgandy. It tends ...

    Great Tailed Grackle

    Great Tailed Grackle

    You only need to visit Rey at dusk to see and hear the Grackle. The male (40cm/16in) is black but has a purple sheen to its feathers and the smaller female (33cm/13in) brown but both ...

    American Black Vulture

    American Black Vulture

    The vultures of Panama number four but the most prolific is the American Black Vulture which can be seen soaring almost any day, any where. They are clumsy on the ground ...

    Shark Sighting on Coronado Beach in Panama!

    Shark Sighting on Coronado Beach in Panama!

      A dying shark washed up on the shore in front of the Beach Club today. Yesterday a couple of surfers saw it swimming around in the waves. Click the more link below to see pictures.   ...

    CREAMY CORN AND CHORIZO SOUP

    CREAMY CORN AND CHORIZO SOUP

    Ingredients:    4 large corn cobs     1 tablespoon olive oil     2 small (400g) leeks, sliced     4 cloves garlic, crushed     1 tablespoon ground cumin     1 litre (4 cups) chicken stock     1 cup (250ml) milk ...

    Bird Watch: Blue Black Grassquit

    Bird Watch: Blue Black Grassquit

    A member of the finch family, the blue black Grassquit is common to most of Panama. The male looks black, but has a mixture of black and dark blue which is difficult to discern ...

    Bird Watch: Red Crowned Woodpecker

    Bird Watch: Red Crowned Woodpecker

    This smaller woodpecker  is a resident of Coronado and can be heard tapping on dead trees where it makes its nest. It has a black and white flecked back and wings with a ...

    Bird Watch: Lesser Goldfinch

    Bird Watch: Lesser Goldfinch

    A typical finch, small (10 cm - 4 in), rotund and a short sharp conical beak, the male Lesser Goldfinch has a black head, wings and back. They frequently have random white ...

    Bird Watch: Common Tody Flycatcher

    Bird Watch: Common Tody Flycatcher

    This small flycatcher (10cm - 4 in) although omni-present in Coronado is difficult to see as its natural habitat is within trees. It is very nervous and wags its tail ...

    Bird Watch: Great Kiskadee

    Bird Watch: Great Kiskadee

    This flycatchwe is a resident of most of Panama and is recognized by its bright yellow breast. Although one of the larger flycatchers (23 cm - 10 in) it is frequently confused with ...

    SPICY CITRUS CHICKEN

    SPICY CITRUS CHICKEN

    Ingredients:    1 medium orange     1 large lemon     16 chicken drummettes     2 cloves garlic, crushed     1/2 cup (125ml) marmalade (you can use any     Kind of your favorites, but no citrus jam)     1 ...

    Night Golf Tournament

    Night Golf Tournament

    Glow in the dark golf balls, glow stick necklaces for participants and loose game rules created an atmosphere of fun for yesterday's Night Golf Tournament held on Coronado’s Executive Golf Course. Players were allowed a maximum of 5 clubs for a 9 hole game in the ...