Walk in the Park
The regular pedestrians: Black Curassows.
One of the best activities that you can do by yourself is: a walk to the Cabin Park. The area is not covered with dense vegetation and the path is a bit open and without all those roots sticking out. But don't think that you will be the only one walking that area and enjoying all the peace and quiet. 'Cause for sure you will have some company along the way.
It already happened to me before and once again I am not alone. While I was looking for some interesting movement in the area I came across a couple Black Curassows. They were right in front of me also on the path. I got a bit lower to the ground so that I was almost at the same level as them. Usually when I level myself to their perspective they won't get nervous and leave immediately.
As you can see my strategy worked. One of them was even curious and turned to face me. Trying to figure out what I was and if I was harmless or not. Also check how it raised its crest while looking at me.
Black Curassows are one of those birds that prefer walking above flying so whenever they feel threatened or alarmed they will disappear into the dense bushes. This one was also checking me out but for safety reason it stood near the edge in case it changed its mind.
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