I’ve visited Brazil four times. In October 2006 I spent six days in the western Amazon, at the Palmari Lodge. In August 2007 I returned for two and a half weeks and visited Rio C
Colombia is a mammalwatching paradise. It is ridiculously diverse, with about 460 species of mammals a ton of which are endemic. Add the friendliest people I've ever met and delici
New Southern huemul hotspot in Torres del Paine
Hi all, As some of you who have been trawling through the Chile trip reports will know, there used to be a habituated huemul at one of Torres del Paine’s hotels. Sadly, per R
Pampas Cat Split (5 Species?)
In a March 2020 article in the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, the authors provide a wide suite of evidence for splitting the pampas cat complex five ways. Whether you a
I have visited Ecuador three times: in August 2012 for a week to see Spectacled Bears and Mountain Tapirs in the Andes, and then to the Napo Valley; and for a long weekend in Septe
Best part of the Amazon?
Hello all, I’m considering doing a grand tour of South America in the future, so I’m for sure going to try and make it to at least one corner of the Amazon. Wanted to a
I've visited Peru twice. In 2014 I spent a week with my son at Chaparri Lodge, in Lambayeque, and Tapiche Reserve in Loreto. See my 2014 report. I returned in 2019 to help Fiona Re
New World ID questions
Several people told me this is the best place to try to crack my trickiest ID questions, so I hope this is not too much of an abuse of this community … because I do have a lo
My first visit to Argentina was just for a few hours over the border from Brazil at Iguazu. I returned in 2017 and spent a weekend in Entre Rios.
Manu Trip Report
I finally finished my report for my trip to the Manu lowlands last August: http://www.tremarctos.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Manu.pdf I’m going to start working on my phot