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Category Archives: Animals
Pitio (Colaptes pitius) –> click on image for larger versions
Ok, I know people might find this creepy, but I just think these animals look amazing. Was looking a while for one of them to have a little photoshoot.
Ok, it has been a while. In April we went on expedition again with the staff of the Huinay Research Station. This time we went even further, to fill the gaps on our map of Chilean Patagonia. One gap was … Continue reading
Here is a little compilation of anemones from our last underwater expedition. Unfortunately I don’t really have time to take “good pictures”, because we are actually working while diving We do make a complete census of the full benthic invertebrate … Continue reading
Carpintero negro (Campephilus magellanicus) –> click on image for larger versions
Ok ok…. so I fixed a couple more photos of my trip My camp site at Chañaral de Aceituno: And Isla Chañaral in the background. Its a natural reserve, with an amazing amount of wildlife. A friendly chungungo (sea otter), … Continue reading
So I had a couple of vacation days and took off to the more Northern regions of Chile, to get away from the rain and darkness that has been embracing my home for the last winter months. The trip took … Continue reading
It took me a while to finally take a picture that shows why this little guy is actually called the green backed firecrown! Males can use their crown feathers as dominance and female attraction devices They usually appear to be … Continue reading
Ok ok, winter is dark and rainy, so my inspiration to continue the zombie wild life series came back! This is a little fellow that I haven’t managed to see myself in nature. They are pretty shy, rare, nocturnal, small … Continue reading