It has been a busy few months here working for The ARA Project - we successfully released all 6 Scarlets from Group 2 and just in time! Towards the end of April, the dry season spectacularly departed in a series of giant thunderstorms accompanied by heavy tropical rain that seriously tested all of our new construction here! Photography has become a little more tricky as the air humidity rarely dips below 99%. But with the rains come all the scaly, slimy things that spent the hot dry months hiding underground...
|Geoffrey - The last Macaw of Group 2 to be released at Punta Islita. A very handsome birdy, here pictured on his 3rd day after release.|
|The view from our new house on the hill. Following the frequent rains, clouds of steam rise from the forest.|
|A trio of Brown Pelicans out for a early morning surf|