16
Jan

Unique migratory phenomenon in the peruvian Amazon

PERUVIAN AMAZON. The Tambopata Natural Reserve of global importance in biodiversity has so far reported the presence of more than 632 species of birds, 1,200 of butterflies, 103 of amphibians, 180 of fish, 169 of mammals and 103 of reptiles. The inhabitants of the area are prepared to live in 2018 a unique migratory phenomenon in the basin of the Madre de Dios river.  From the 1st to the 11th of May is expected for the first time the presence of 48 individuals from the 5 continents, equipped with external devices that capture images converting them into great stories.

Filming in Peru with Werner Herzog, an experience worth living. Sign up here
INKATERRA OFFICIAL SPONSOR AND HOST OF THE AUTHORS WORKSHOP