South American Wildlife A female Marsh Deer in the wetlands of the Pantanal, Brazil. These Brazilian Yellow Billed Cardinals, though different in overall coloring, are related to North American Cardinals. A Guanaco, the wild ancestor of the llama, is backdropped by the Andean mountains. Big Jaguar seeks some shade in the Pantanal jungle. A five-foot Jabaru Stork stands atop a massive stick nest. This Green Iguana in the jungle carries a prehistoric look! A Brazilian Ocelot surveying its jungle habitat. An infant Howler Monkey surveys the Brazilian jungle. Face to face with a jaguar in the jungles of Pantanal, Brazil. An infant Cayman shows its colors. Colors contrast on this South American Yellow Rumped Cacique. A Rhea, or the South American Ostrich, in Patagonia, Argentina. A Ringed Kingfisher patiently scans for its lunch riverside in the Pantanal. A Ringed Kingfisher at the moment of impact on its fishing expedition in the Pantanal, Brazil. A pair of White Eyed Parakeets in South America A large Jaguar searches for Cayman on the river’s edge in Brazil. A profile of a solitary Yellow Billed Cardinal in South America. A cautious Ocelot hunts in the Pantanal region. Which way’s up for this White-Eyed Parakeet in the trees? A Rufous Tailed Jacamar perches with its catch in Brazil. A Jaguar hunts a resting Cayman in Brazilian jungle waters. A Condor with a 10-foot wingspan glides over Patagonia in Argentina. A Cayman sounds a guttural alarm in the Quiaba River in Brazil. A large jaguar at rest in the Pantanal region of Brazil. A Ringed Kingfisher’s catch in the Pantanal is almost as big as it is! A Southern Cara Cara sits on a dwelling in Patagonia, Argentina. A family of Giant Otters hunt fish in the Quiaba River basin in the Pantanal. A Male Magellanic Woodpecker treeside in Patagonia, Argentina. A pair of Magellanic Woodpeckers feeding in Patagonia, Argentina. A female Howler Monkey at home in the trees of the Pantanal. A handsome young jaguar takes its rest in the grassy meadows in Pantanal Brazil. A mother Capybara helps its young cross the currents of the Quiaba River in the Pantanal. A Cayman lurks in the Quiaba River basin in the Pantanal wetlands. A Cocoi Heron, also referred to as a White Necked Heron, enjoys its catch in the Pantanal. A large jaguar enters the water in a river in the Pantanal region of Brazil. An uncommon flock of Mountain Parakeets gathers in the treetops in Chile. A male Howler Monkey sits in the canopy in Brazil. A tiny frog on a green palette in the wetlands of the Pantanal, Brazil. A down-covered chick follows its meal ticket, a King Penguin, in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. A profile of a Rufescent Tiger Heron in Brazil. A Giant River Otter preens in the waters of the Pantanal, Brazil. A Giant River Otter makes his catch in the Quiaba River basin in Brazil. A head-on look at a Guanaco, the ancestor of the llama, in Patagonia, Argentina. A young Guanaco in Argentina gets its supper. Perfect perch for a Green Heron in the Pantanal. A pretty Green Rufous Kingfisher looks around the waterways. A five-foot Jabaru Stork strutting in the Pantanal, Brazil. A big Jaguar prowls the jungle floor after a lightening-induced fire in the Pantanal, Brazil. A King Penguin reaches for the sky in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. King Penguins squabble over their young in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. A male Howler monkey gazes suspiciously from its treetop perch in the Pantanal. A mature Cayman is camouflaged in the swampy waters of the Pantanal wetlands. A colorful Mountain Parakeet takes wing in the skies of Chile. A Rufous Tailed Jacamar perches in the Pantanal region of Brazil. A Rufescent Tiger Heron in the Pantanal. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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As usual, great work, Steve!
Thanks Jack, we are just now completely retooling the old site so it is an incomplete mess. We published a practice run that was inadvertently classified as public! Should be under control shortly
Steve, outstanding photos, I met you several years ago in Greenville at Tracies birthday party. Hope your doing. Leaving for Alaska may 30, dragging along my 200 to 400 canon zoom.
Hope you get many opportunities to use that great lens, I find it to be something special!