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by Jon Sweezey on Sat Jun 17, 2017 12:14 pm
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I'm planning a 10 day trip to South America this August to photograph wildlife including snakes, frogs, cats and birds of prey. Right now I'm looking at Colombia, Ecuador or Peru and my preference is to explore and photograph by foot rather than by boat. I've been to SA twice but my wildlife viewing opportunities were not very good compared to when I went to Costa Rica so I'm hoping to change that this time around. Please let me know if you have any good recommendations of where I should go. Thanks
 

by aholman1351 on Sat Jun 17, 2017 7:45 pm
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The Pantanal of Brazil is an excellent place to visit and photograph as many of the various species (for example many snail kites) are easy to locate and you can do that walking with a good guide.  A good choice is the Pantanal Bird Club with which I have travelled twice.
http://pantanalbirdclub.org/
 

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