Supay and Yarapa Rivers

Dec 30, 2017 - Delfin II

This morning we were greeted with a beautiful sunrise peeking through the partly cloudy rainforest sky. As the sun rose into the clouds, shading the landscape, we loaded the skiffs for our morning cruise up the Supay River in search of sloths, monkeys, exquisite birds, iguanas and inspiring landscapes. The Supay delivered!  After lunch and our mandatory siesta, we reloaded the skiffs for our tour of Yarapa River, the community of Puerto Miguel and stopped by the mammoth lily pads. The diversity of this afternoon is really the perfect finale to a trip of such variety, excitement and wonder!

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David Jaffe

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

For more than 20 years David Jaffe has guided and taught a variety of audiences about our natural world and our connection with it. His childhood interest in natural systems eventually brought him to Evergreen State College where he earned a B.S. in Environmental Studies and Geology, followed by a M.S in Applied Ecology from the University of Vermont. Mingling an academic background with experience working around the world in exceptionally diverse environments, he is able to efficiently observe, understand, and interpret natural and cultural history.

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