Wildlife and Nature in Guyana, South America

MoonMan04MoonMan04 Registered Users Posts: 69 Big grins
Hello world! My name is Kyle Moon and I'm currently traveling Guyana while also volunteering on a camera trapping study on jaguars. I have been here for a month now and I will be till the end of July where I will be mainly working out of the Iwokrama Forest (https://iwokrama.org/) conducting large mammal surveys for the organization Operation Wallacea (http://opwall.com/).

I have a passion for conservation and a serious addiction to wildlife photography. Check out my latest photos on my website at http://www.moonman.photography/ or follow me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MoonManPhotos/.

I've already encountered a myriad of Guyana's species which include the almighty and omnipotent harpy eagle, the endangered giant otter, the Guianan cock-of-the-rock, Guyanan red howler monkeys, and many other amazing species. I have much more to discover especially as I enter the Iwokrama Forest. If you appreciate wildlife like I do give my site a view and let me know what you think. Comments are always appreciated!

P.S. in case you were wondering, I grew up in Florida and my site is dominated by its species

Kyle C. Moon
Portfolio: Moonman.Photography

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