CAS trip to the Pantanal, Brazil - October 2015
Over the next year I'll be leading or co-leading a few overnight tours for Connecticut Audubon Society. I will keep links to these trips in the sidebar to the right. Join us for high quality birding, culture, and great fun! Nonmembers from anywhere in the world are welcome of course!
Journey to the Brazil’s Pantanal, the world’s largest freshwater wetland and the richest wildlife viewing in the Americas! Covering an area of 360,000 square miles, the Pantanal is a huge complex of aquatic and terrestrial environments resulting in an extremely rich fauna. The variety of birds is astounding, including the endangered and beautiful Hyacinth Macaw, the world’s largest parrot. The Pantanal is also a refuge for many threatened mammals like the Jaguar, Ocelot, Giant Anteater, and Giant River Otter!
For reverse chronological postings from my 2010 trip to the Pantanal with CAS, click HERE.
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