How we locate the Amazon wildlife in Peru!

Updated: Oct 19, 2020

This video by our photographer Mark A Fernley and the team captures the set up of the Bushnell Camera trap and its encounters with the Peruvian Amazon Wildlife.

One of our prime destinations that we offer is located aside the Tambopata River in Madre de Dios, Peru. This bio-diverse location is home to many species of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians that are great photographic subjects.

Our trackers and photographers follow mammal trails and get an understanding of their whereabouts. When fairly positive of an animals territory such as the lucid Jaguar for example, the camera traps are then tied to a tree and turned onto video. They will then capture the animal on video and show how often the individuals are seen in that area. This then gives us a clear understanding of where to wait and expect to find individual species during our Rain-forest photography workshops and tours for our clients.