Here is another trail cam photo of a Jaguar. Same trail but on its way back, facing the camera. Impressive animal for sure.
During one of the night hikes we stumbled upon this venomous Fer-de-Lance (Bothrops Atrox). I usually see them on the ground either passing by or coiled up. So to my surprise we saw this snake at eye level moving higher and higher from the ground. It wasn't aggressive at all towards us. Just trying to find its way out of the dense vegetation. Every time I learn something new about wildlife.
On one of the trails where I am also doing birdwatching I had set up a trapcam to check what I sometimes miss when I am not around. This is a perfect example of that. During broad daylight a jaguar couple was seen wandering around. On the same trail where I am walking too.
This is a lifer for me, the Black-throated Trogon. First we saw the female but she was so shy that she left the area before I could even raise my camera. Luckily the male wasn't that shy but he was so difficult to stay still on one spot. I had to walk around the area just to find the right spot where the sunlight was shining through. This was so far the best shot of him.
This is the Black-tailed Trogon. One that I don't see very often but is a resident from Kabalebo. You just got to get lucky to see him out in the open. I was on my way to the River Cabins when this Trogon landed on this branch in full view. I won't get a better shot.
The Guianan Trogon used to be known as the Amazonian Violaceous Trogon, so sometimes I am still using the old name. Unlike the Green-backed Trogon, the Guianan Trogon has yellow eye rings and 'barred' stripes on his tail. Also a common bird seen in Kabalebo.