R A I N F O R E S T S

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Anhinga
This stunning river bird stands on a low lying branch after a successful hunt under the water, photographed in Tambopata National Park, Lowland Amazon Rainforest, Peru.

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Giant River Otter

 



The rare Amazon Giant River otter, commonly known as the river wolf photographed in a secluded Lake far up the Las Piedras River. This individual, one of six was filmed eating a Black Caiman during the photo shoot here in the Lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. 

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Hoatzin
Photographed in the depths of the Amazon Rainforest at Lake Chimbadas located aside the Tambopata River, South East Peru.

Giant Waxy Monkey Tree Frog (Phyllomedusa bicolor)

The Giant Monkey Tree Frog
Found in the treetops located in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest, this gigantic rainforest tree frog was photographed to embrace its size and colouration.

Yellow-spotted River Turtle (Podocnemis unifilis)

Yellow Spotted River Turtles
Two large males get ready for a territorial fight photographed in the Lowland Amazon Rainforest, located in the heart of Peru.

Leptophis ahaetulla nigromarginatus

The Black Skinned Parrot Snake
Photographed in the depths of the Tambopata Rainforest located in the Amazon Rainforest in the heart of Peru.

Amazon Tree Boa (Corallus hortulanus)

Amazon Tree Boa, Juvenile
Photographed in the tree tops of the Tambopata Rainforest situated in the Amazon, South East of Peru. 

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Neotropical Cormorant 
With the dark and thundery skies blocking the sun, this river bird was photographed as it was it was preparing for a harsh storm located in Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica. 

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Neotropical Cormorant
Photographed on a small oxbow lake aside the Las Piedras River in the heart of the lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest, Peru.

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Flying Fruit Bat  1
After spending 6 days in a naturally hollowed out tree fall, I was finally able to get a photograph of one of these bats in flight. Photograph taken in Tambopata, Lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. 

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Flying Fruit Bat  2
With a carefully positioned flash and a lot of patience plus a putting up with thousands of roaches, the results turned out rather well. Image taken in Tambopata, Lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.

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Green Iguana
Large basking male photographed in the vast rainforest of Tourtuguero National Park, located in East of Costa Rica.

Emerald Tree Boa



Known as the diamond of the Amazon, this stunning tree dwelling snake makes for a great photograph. This individual was photographed high in the canopy of the Tambopata River, located in the Lowland Amazon Rainforest, Peru.

Emerald Tree Boa (Corallus caninus)
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Hoatzins
Group photographed at a secluded oxbow lake situated aside the Las Piedras River South East of the Lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.

Jumping Spider Macro Photography

Black Rhinoceros



Face to face with the Jumping spider. This extreme macro photograph was taken deep in the rainforest located on the Las Piedras River, South East of the lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.

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Anhinga, Drying Wings
Photograph taken on the Tambopata river located in the South West of the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.   

Neotropical Cormorant

 



Photographed on a suspended log in the middle of a tree fall over looking an oxbow lake, Tambopata National Park, Peru. 

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Bushmaster (‎Lachesis muta)

The Bush Master
Found and photographed curled up on the forest floor in the Amazon Rainforest, located in South East Peru.

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Giant Amazon River Otter
Head emerges above the water for a quick look at his surroundings. Photographed at Lake Soledad aside River Las Piedras, Madre de Dios, Peru.

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Giant Amazon River Otter
Individual Eating a fish in shallow waters. Image taken at Lake Soledad aside River Las Piedras, Madre de Dios, Peru.

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Giant Amazon River Otters
Two individuals calmly swim past in shallow waters. Photograph taken at Lake Soledad, Las Piedras, Madre de Dios, Peru. 

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Giant Amazon River Otter
Individual gazing over the misty lake at Lake Soledad aside the secluded river of Las Piedras, Madre de Dios, Peru.

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Hoatzins
Two individuals photographed in the low suns rays on the Las Piedras River located in the Lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.

Leaf Mimic Katydid, Camouflage is Key!

Leaf Mimicking Katydid
Photographed in the heart of Yasuni National Park, Ecuador.

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Anhinga. With Fish

 



After a successful hunt, this bird emerges out of the river with a small fish in its mouth after swimming around under water in search for food. Image taken in Tambopata National Park located in the Lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. 

Jumping Spider Macro Photography

The Jumping Spider
Photographed to show the the full detailed potential of this unique species. Image taken on the Tambopata River, located in the lowland Peruvian Amazon.

Longhorn Beetle Macro Photography

Longhorn Beetle
Image photographed in the canopy of the Las Piedras River situated in the Lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.

Leptophis ahaetulla nigromarginatus

Black Skinned Parrot Snake
Photographed in Tambopata National Park, Madre de Dios, Peru.

Emerald Tree Boa (Corallus caninus)

Emerald Tree Boa
Photographed near the Las Piedras River, Madre de Dios, Peru.

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Capybara & Young
Family photographed on the edge of the Tambopata River, just outside of the National Park, Peru. This family was followed for a long period of time before they returned into the forest.

Giant Monkey Tree Frog



This Individual was seen slowly making its way up to the canopy. As it stopped still I got the photograph to frame its unique features. Image taken on the Las Piedras River, Madre de Dios, Peru.

Giant Waxy Monkey Tree Frog (Phyllomedusa bicolor)
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Hoatzin
Hoatzin awakens in the early morning sunrise of Lake Soledad located near River Las Piedras, situated in the lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.

Amazon Tree Boa (Corallus hortulanus)

Amazon Tree Boa
 



Getting up and close to the magnificent boa of the Amazon Rainforest as he stares into the distance. Photograph captured near the Tambopata National Park. in the Lowland Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. 

Two-striped Forest Pit Viper (Bothriopsis bilineata)

Two Stripped Forest Palm Pit Viper
Photographed in Tambopata National Park, South East of the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.