An incredible seed pod I found along the ground while hiking.
A beautiful tree boa was low enough to the ground for me to photograph. Lucky me it decided to yawn at the same time!
A large spider (size of my palm) I found on the ground on night at Los Amigos Biological Station.
While in the middle of an enormous squirrel monkey and capuchin troop (over 100 individuals) one monkey decided to come down and get a closer look at me.
A group of caterpillars on a leaf.
An amazing katydid that fell out of the canopy while a troop of saki monkeys was moving through.
A large tapir I came across right after seeing a margay! It was an incredible night.
An army ant, Eciton hamatum, bridge built during a migration one night.
Some small bats resting on a branch over a sit on Cocha Lobo.
A puma I found sleeping in the middle of the trail only 200m from Los Amigos Biological Station.
A margay I spotted one night. It was sitting up in a tree and its eye shine was extremely bright. As I tried to get closer, I scared a rat that was in the leaf litter. The margay quickly ran down the tree and followed the rat.
An ocellated poorwill egg. I know this because it always nested right next to the trail.
An enormous cane toad I found!
A great toucan spotted from atop a radio tower.
An emperor tamarin, part of a larger troop, stopped to look at the strange things below.
A large red caterpillar found along side a trail at Los Amigos Biological Research Station.
A small fer-de-lance coiled up alongside a trail. One of the park guards had found it while cleaning up a trail.
A subterranean army ant species I found crossing a trail.
A strange caterpillar I collected that had a helmet like casing on its head. This casing came off when it was placed into alcohol. It is probably just a part of a previous molt that did not completely come off. I tested the hairs and it is not poisonous.
A small tree frog perched on a branch. This was taken during a night hike at Los Amigos Biological Station.
In the Tambopata rainforest of Amazonian Peru.