Amazon Nature Park, Nauta Caño

Jan 29, 2019 - Delfin II


This morning we had the opportunity to stretch our legs in the rainforest on a privately owned and operated 60-acre reserve known as Amazon Nature Park. In addition to the animal life within the reserve, there is the added privilege of crossing an eight-section suspension bridge that affords close-up looks at the mid-level forest canopy. It’s quite a different perspective to be above the vegetation looking down!

Our afternoon brought new discoveries along a very small creek (known locally as a caño), where we spotted many types of wildlife. It is the rainy season here in the Amazon Basin, and the water level is high, allowing us to maneuver our skiff deep into the flooded forest to get up-close and personal looks at the plants and animals that call this area home.

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Michael Nolan

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Michael Nolan was born in Bitburg, Germany to an Air Force family stationed there. His first experience of the ocean came at age 12, when he learned to snorkel in the Italian Mediterranean. At age 17 he moved to Tucson, Arizona and became a PADI SCUBA instructor, before starting a SCUBA diving business that specialized in diving trips to the Sea of Cortez.

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