Supay Creek and San José Community

Dec 22, 2018 - Delfin II


On our last full day of exploring the Peruvian Upper Amazon, the jungle still had many surprises awaiting us. In the morning, we had a wonderful skiff ride along Supay Creek, which can be translated as Devil´s Creek. Here, we visited a local family whose kids happily introduced us to a sloth and a coati under their care. As we continued our exploration, we found three different species of raptors: a plumbeous kite, a slate hawk, and an aplomado hawk. We also spotted a couple of yellow-crowned parrots and a big troop of squirrel monkeys. Returning to the ship, our last wildlife encounter was with the pygmy marmoset and a pink dolphin. In the afternoon, our guests had the opportunity to visit the San José community, where we learned about local ways of life and shopped for interesting hand-made souvenirs. It has been a wonderful week with many great wildlife sightings possible during this time of year.

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José Guerrero

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José Guerrero Vela is an Ecuadorian permanent resident of the Galapagos. His mother was born in the islands and his grandfather was one of the first generation of teachers in the Galapagos, which has always inspired him to promote education as the main path to protect the archipelago.

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