In late July I headed to Brazil to scout for a 2018 photo tour. It was my first visit to Brazil, so it was important for me to visit a few different areas my local guiding contact had proposed for next year’s tour. The main focus of the trip was on the Pantanal region in the western part of the country, mainly because it’s the best place on earth to see and photograph wild jaguars (look for jaguar photos coming soon!). However, this is a great place for birds too. I finished the trip up at Emas National Park, another good birding spot that will not be included in next year’s tour.
I’ve added 142 new photos from this trip to the Brazil 2017 Birds gallery. A short preview is below.
View the full Brazil 2017 Birds gallery here. And remember that you can order prints of nearly any image in the photo archive!
Stay tuned for the rest of my wildlife and scenery photos from this trip, which will be uploaded soon.
Join me in Brazil in 2018!
This scouting trip was a big success, so I will be leading a photo tour back to the Pantanal in late July of 2018. We’ll look for jaguars (we have a very good chance of seeing them) and other wildlife, including many of the amazing birds featured above and in the gallery.
This tour is limited to 6 guests. There are only 2 spots left!