The secret residents near the Beechcraft in Kabalebo. Still the same visitors or do we get a surprise too?
The old Beechcraft has been lying in the forest since the sixties. A monument from the past, but still a place where so many animals are seen walking by. Thanks to the trophy cams we are able to identify them; both day and night visitors. This is part two for this year.
The Paca is one you will only see during the night or early in the morning.
A small group of Grey-winged Trumpeters were seen early in the morning right in front of the old airplane. It looked though as it was a schooltrip for them.
A Black Curassow was a bit curious with the cam near the plane. A lonesome wanderer but not lonely.
This is a first; the Puma changed his route. Or maybe a bit interested in the history of the airplane too? (*He's popping from the right corner)
The first picture was a bit blurry, but definitely a bird seen in front. But the second picture revealed the mysterious bird; it was a Laughing Falcon that caught something. Perfect timing.
One thing is for sure. This is not Lotje's territory. I haven't seen her in front of the Trapcam, but her daughter, Sasha, has been seen now frequently passing by since she started to walk independently. Here she is going straight to the feeder via the Beechcraft trail. Knowing this is not her mothers' trail she can easily avoid her.
Trophy cams are for sure a handy thing when you want to observe wildlife without disturbing them.
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