It is not always my lucky day when I am trying to photograph wildlife. Just like on this day. It looked like all the animals were on vacation 'cause it was so quiet. But soon I was surprised with this playful light that was seen right behind the trees. So all I did was improvise, adapt and overcome.
Sometimes wildlife is just sitting in plain sight looking at you.
When I spotted this Spectacled Caiman, it was facing to the wrong side. Instead of looking fiercely in my camera, it turned its whole body so I only got this side 'effect'. Luckily it did not swim away or disappeared under. That is usually their normal behavior when they are a bit fed up with my presence.
This Spectacled Caiman had also a perfect camouflage because when they lay still like this near the river edge, 8 out of 10 times you will successfully miss them.
Something that started out of curiosity has now turned into a study: observing wild ocelots.
One of the prettiest poison frog found in the forest: Three-striped Poison Frog.
The secret residents near the Beechcraft in Kabalebo. Still the same visitors or do we get a surprise too?
Meet the smallest woodcreeper nestling: the Wedge-billed Woodcreeper.
Once again a close encounter with a Red-tailed Boa.
It is nice to see how tapirs grow up, slowly but surely.
Monitoring the behavior of a Lowland Tapir while no one is watching.