Pahuachiro Caño, Casual Trail & Pucate-Yanayacu; Marañón River

Dec 25, 2017 - Delfin II

Amazonas is a forest packed with avian treasures, plus a phenomenal range of other wildlife. Some are drab, like the aptly named drab-water tyrant that we saw this morning, which may even seem invisible at first. But some other birds are right on your face! Blue-crowned manakin was such a case this morning. We explored gorgeous Pahuachiro tributary in our skiffs and later went on an introductory hike in the forest. In the afternoon, after our siesta time, we boarded skiffs again explore another tributary at the junction of which we had a great time with both species of river dolphins.

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Santiago Imberti


An ornithologist, photographer, fisherman, climber, and writer, Santiago Imberti was born and raised in southern Patagonia, Argentina. He obtained a degree in tourism and later in ornithology, which allowed him to combine his love for nature and the outdoors with his work as a birdwatcher, naturalist, fly fishing, and mountain guide. He has been guiding trips in Patagonia, the Antarctic, and Arctic for some 25 years.

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