Photo of the day: this Red-rumped Agouti was seen under one of the mango trees right before nightfall. Agouti's are common rodents seen in Kabalebo. Most of the time quite shy and alert. But if you don't bother them at all and disrespect their personal space they will not move away. There was something about the natural light that made this Agouti photogenic for me.
Common Squirrel Monkeys: Hanging on
I spotted a group of Common Squirrel Monkeys 'robbing' this Inga tree. Something they are always doing. I noticed this mother with her baby, clinging onto her back while she was also looking for food. Strong little one as the mother was jumping from branch to branch and was also moving fast.
How to: Red-rumped Agouti's version
A step by step guide from an Agouti.
Sneak Peek: Red-rumped Agouti
The behavior of an Agouti; when no one is watching.
An Agouti's offspring is so small that I needed to 'zoom' in to find it. There it is.
A couple of days ago the trophy cam captured a photobomb. It was clear to see who wanted to be in the picture. I enjoyed it very much!
Red-rumped Agouti's are usually seen eating or just seen walking near the lodges of Kabalebo. But have you ever seen them marking their territory?