Short review of our last 2018 trip to Pantanal, Brazil. We traveled to the biggest wetland in the world to photograph the jaguar among other wildlife from this amazing place in South America.

Back from another amazing trip to Pantanal, Mato Groso, Brazil. We’ve been 16 days photographing jaguars, giant otters, tapir, monkeys, caimans, deers and birds.

This time we traveled almost at the end of the dry season, during  late October. The main difference is that...

We learn that a Guanaco (Lama guanaco) has been killed, surely by a Puma, close to the lake shore. This is a great opportunity to see Condors in action, but our first day takes us, on horseback, to the top of high cliffs. Condors usually perch or nest under the cliffs,...

As we leave Torres del Paine, crossing the border into Argentina, we travel for almost 4 hours, NE and NW to El Calafate, located just 85 km away from our lodge in Paine. The reason for this big detour is that there is no road, over the Andes and the Southern Continent...

Cameras in hand, we started our journey to Torres del Parque National Park, in the search of Puma, one of the many names that Puma concolor is known as. The second largest cat in the American continent, is also called Mountain Lion, and we can testify in favor of its n...

One of the most hidden living treasures of South and Central America, the Jaguar, Yaguarete, or Onca Pintada, roams freely in the marshlands of the Pantanal, A very rare sight in most of the continent, is found in the river banks of this area, which covers parts of Bol...

Our journey to Pantanal, the largest wetlands in the world, located in our neighbor’s back yard, with a few gateways, started early, before sunrise, flying to Cuiaba, state of Mato Grosso, Brazil! Before sunrise is the norm,, in the tropics, because both sunrise and su...

One of the most amazing things about condors is that they fly like an engineless airplane. Unless you find them on the ground, you don’t see them flap their wings. They change course by tipping their wings, or an invisible movement of their feathers. 

When the wind stop...