Trip Highlights 2016
April 20, 2016
Hudson Martins
January 3, 2017

Trip Highlights MAY, 2017

MAY, 2017

This month we started with an scouting trip at the County of Pacatuba, which is close to Aracaju, the capital of the Brazilian State Sergipe. I was with Bruno Almeida, which is a native biologist with great knowledge on shore birds and, now, wants to learn more about forest  and Caatinga birds.  We left at 4:30 am. It took us about one hour to reach the first Bird spot…And, we couldn´t have a better start: Pectoral Antwren! We took pictures without the use of play back, with zero stress for this lovely bird…Well, someone already said: ” Every time you go Birding you shall miss a bird that you expect to see & will see a bird that you DIDN´T expect to see”…In this case, a Blond-Crested Woodpecker, in a open field!!!

And, since “The show has to go on”…In two weeks, after attending the Brazilian Bird Fair, aka, AVISTAR, I will be guiding a father & his son to the wonderful Carajas National Forest, with about 600 species of birds, including  Harpy Eagle, with an active nest…Ending with a fabulous Birding & & Jaguar Photo Safari, at the Brazilian Pantanal.