Panama is located in Central America, bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, between Colombia and Costa Rica. Although nearly 40% of Panama is still wooded, deforestation is a continuing threat to the rain-drenched woodlands. Tree cover has been reduced by more than 50% since the 1940s. Panama’s wildlife holds the most diversity of all the countries in Central America. It is home to many South American species as well as North American wildlife. Here is a list of Panamas National Parks: Altos de Campana National Park, Barro Colorado Island, Cerro Hoya National Park, Chagres National Park, Coiba National Park, Darién, Omar Torrijos “El Cope” National Park, Golfo de Chiriquí National Park, Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park, La Amistad International Park, Las Cruces Trail National Park, Metropolitan National Park, Portobelo National Park, Sarigua National Park, Soberanía National Park, Volcan Baru National Park. The Soberania National Park for example, located along the Panama Canal, counts with 105 species of mamals, 525 species of birds, 79 species of reptiles, 36 species of fish and an incredible abundance of plants.
See also this page here for some great spots in Panama for bird watching and PTY4u.com for more information and images from Panama. Here we attach some images from a variety of Rain Forests in Panama that only can show a little glimps of all the wonders that can be found there: