In the picture: Wildlife of Kabalebo
Some animals I was able to photograph.
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.
Living in plain sight
Sometimes wildlife is just sitting in plain sight looking at you.
Enjoying the cool water
When it is too hot to handle ......
This is what I practically see everyday.
Wildlife photography: Spectacled Caiman
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.
Heron at the Fall
Being attracted by the serenity of this waterfall.
An extraordinary friendship #4
Here is an update on our wild tame Ara: Ra(gnar).
Something that started out of curiosity has now turned into a study: observing wild ocelots.
Tapir on the loose
So, it looks like he is getting quite comfortable now.
Birding abroad: Long-tailed Sylph.
Three-striped Poison Frog
One of the prettiest poison frog found in the forest: Three-striped Poison Frog.
Opossum during the day
A rare appearance during the day: Common Opossum.
Beechcraft visitors #2
The secret residents near the Beechcraft in Kabalebo. Still the same visitors or do we get a surprise too?
Sasha's first challenge: the Opossum.
Birding abroad: Racket-tailed Puffleg.
The Smallest Woodcreeper
Meet the smallest woodcreeper nestling: the Wedge-billed Woodcreeper.
An unexpected meeting (again)
Once again a close encounter with a Red-tailed Boa.
A Closer Look: Tapirs (Young vs Old)
It is nice to see how tapirs grow up, slowly but surely.
Monitoring the behavior of a Lowland Tapir while no one is watching.
The Time Has Finally Come ....
Sasha's first day all by herself.
Birding abroad: the Sickle-winged Guan.
An unexpected meeting with the Spectacled Caiman.
A close encounter with a Golden-handed Tamarin.