Our Own Odysseys: Peru

From Nights

From 25 September 2015

Sue Bull and her husband flew not once but twice to Peru and headed into the jungle to stay at Tambopata Research Centre, a facility which aids in the conservation of the local (and cheeky) macaw populations.

The Tambopata Macaw Project research is located in the tropical lowland rainforest of South America.

Photos courtesy of Sue Bull.

Capybara family.

Geraldine and our canoe on the tambopata.

It seems polly did want a cracker!

Macaws and parrots on the collpa at dawn.

Artificial scarlet macaw nest.

Piggy-backing frogs.

Razor sharp teeth of the yellow bellied piranha.

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