Camera Traps – Amazon Rainforest in Peru
Rainforest wildlife in Tambopata is caught on the FF’s camera traps
(Please check back regularly for new footage.)
May-2012 (Striking Footage of Jaguar)
Fauna Forever research base -Amazon Research & Conservation Centre- Las Piedras, Tambopata, Madre de Dios, Peru.
Jaguar (Panthera onca) occurance at a small mammal clay-lick near the Las Piedras River.
Interesting Fact: Jaguars eat grass regularly as a purgative: to throw up unwanted parasites and any hair which accumulates in their stomachs.
May-2012 (Inquisitive Brown Capuchin)
Fauna Forever research base -the Sachavacayoc Centre- Tambopata, Madre de Dios, Peru.
Brown capuchins (Cebus apella) occurance on a wooden bridge which connects a trail roughly 1km away from the Sachavacayoc Research Centre.
May-2012 (The Ocelot Bridge)
Fauna Forever research base -the Sachavacayoc Centre- Tambopata, Madre de Dios, Peru, during 1 week in Early May 2012.
15 Ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) occurances on a wooden bridge which connects a trail roughly 1km away from the Sachavacayoc Research Centre. We believe there are at least 4 different individuals, including a mother and cub, and a male.
Best time of day to spot an Ocelot walking over this bridge? Either at 06:44h or 19:38h.
Feb-2012 (Mixed Footage from Feb)
Nov-2010 (A lot of Peccary)