Chestnut-fronted Macaws are known as mini macaws. They are frequently heard and often seen flying as a group in Kabalebo and they are also great in being one with nature.
Another wonderful week of meeting my neighbors in Kabalebo.
Whenever there is movement to be spotted in the trees (or anywhere else), I always rush to see what kind of commotion there is to experience.
Looks can be deceiving, especially when looking at this picture. This is the White-faced Saki, one of the prettiest monkeys in Kabalebo (in my opinion)
Somehow I am always looking forward to see who is likely to cross my path. Big or small, they are all welcome to pose in front of my camera.
This is the Black Hawk-Eagle (Spizaetus tyrannus) an impressive predator in the sky. It is only the second time that I have seen him in my life.
Black Curassows are regular visitors seen quite often near the lodge of Kabalebo. Curious birds with a nice hairdo.
The past few days I met a lot of interesting neighbors in Kabalebo. And like all good neighbors I wanted to get to know them all quite well too.
Over the past years I have seen over 300 bird species in Kabalebo. The first ones were of course the larger birds (birds of prey most of the time), so I thought that only smaller birds would be added as new members on my bird list. How I proved myself wrong. Here is another new member on my bird list: the Bicoloured Hawk (Accipiter bicolor), a bird of prey.
The Lowland tapir is a fascinating mammal to look at. During the past few weeks they were seen quite often on different spots in Kabalebo. And the following explains why.
Only a couple of days in 2016 and I already shot some great pictures of various animals near the resort in Kabalebo. Great start for this year!