Saturday, December 3, 2016

Yasuni Life Adventure

The Life Adventure in the Yasuni will excite all nature minds a like, all curiosities will be satisfied; the stream of life forms and colors are endless. watch Clear-winged Butterflies, Wire-tailed Manakin dancing in a lekking arena, and Yellow-bellied Spider Monkey, using its extensive prehensile tail: are just a little example of all life living in the Yasuni Biosphere Reserve (Yasuni National Park & Waorani Ethnic Reserve)

The Yasuni National Park is part of the largest track of Amazon Rainforest still left in the Western Amazon Basin.
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Friday, December 2, 2016

Forest Clay Lick+Trap Camera

This amazing site is the profiund areas of the Yasuni Biosphere Reserve, it takes several hours of hike on each step in, you have this feeling of entering into new dimension of wilderness, very few handful of civilized people had entered this forest clay lick.

A forest clay lick is location with a concentration of rich mineralized clay and water, here hundreds of White-lipped Peccaries come to drink this precious rich water with and steady regularity, this forest fellowship of forest wild pigs.

With the help of new technology available today, we are able to capture all this Amazon Rainforest behavoiur, we hope you like it.

Stay tune more would come very soon..

Friday, September 9, 2016

Trap Camera: Eye of theTapir

Enjoy this close range capture of one of the most misterious animal from the Amazon Rainforest: The Brazilian Tapir. We are setting trap cameras in an extensive trail network in the Yasuni Biophere Reserve in Ecuador, this kind of information reveals more about the endangered amazonian wildlife, we are conducting a mammal monitoring and bringing to public all we find. We are asking for trap cameras to continue our field work.

The Tapir is the largest herbivore in the Amazon Rainforest, mostly active at night, wandering on its extensive trails network defoliating bushes and treelets, visiting fruiting or mineralized sip at clay licks.
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Monday, June 13, 2016

Mirador of the Yasuni

The Yasuni Biosphere Reserve was designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1989. It is within the Yasuni National Park (most biologically diverse spot on Earth) and the claimed ancestral territory of the Waorani  People. Yasuni is home to two uncontacted indigenous tribes, the Tagaeri and the Taromenane.
These areas are at the center of a small zone where amphibian, bird, mammal, and vascular plant diversity all reach their maximum levels within the Western Hemisphere.

Yasuni breaks world records for local-scale (less than 100 km2) tree, amphibian, and bat species richness, and is one of the richest spots in the world for birds and mammals at local scales as well.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Best Jaguar (Panthera onca) in the Yasuni

The Jaguar (Pantherea onca) is the largest predator wandering in the Yasuni Biosphere Reserve in Ecuador.
Check our finding in the Yasuni Trap Camera Project. Enjoy it