A couple of months ago I met this young fellow: the Hook-billed Kite.
Trying to spot Painted Parakeets in a blink of an eye is literally impossible.
There are a couple of 'bad boys' seen near the lodge, ones that are actually not really welcome by the majority of the little birds' population.
I finally managed to 'shoot' the Black-crested Antshrike; both male and female.
This is the (Guianan) Warbling Antbird. One you can see on a daily basis, but to agile to stay still on one spot.
Woodpeckers are known as specialized tree climbers, but they have also an awesome way of flying.
This Blue-throated Piping Guan tried to be as quiet as possible.
Lotje, the resident ocelot, likes to share her food with her cubs. How about with other animals not related to her?
Sometimes Common Squirrel Monkeys can be very selective when choosing their food.
Lotje, our resident ocelot, is once again a mother.