#argentinawild

Gallareta escudete rojo
Red fronted coot
Fulica rufifrons
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#gallaretaescudeterojo #redfrontedcoot
#fulicarufifrons #birdsofinstagram
#aves #birds
#avesargentinas
#birdstagram #birdphotography
#bestbirds #bestbirdsoftheworld
#fotografiadeaves #avesinstagram
#fotografianaturaleza #naturephotography 
#bragado #birdwatching #argentinawild
#diegomarinofotografianaturaleza 
#diegomarinowild 
#nikon #tamron150600
#natgeo #natgeowild 
#naturephoto #nature 
#naturalezasilvestre #wildlife
#wildlifeofinstagram 
#faunasilvestre
Repost @bethjwald : The incomparable beauty of the jaguar is a symbol of power, courage, dignity, wilderness across the Americas, from Mexico to central South America; the word “jaguar” comes from the indigenous Guarani word “yaguarete.” In Corrientes Province in Argentina, where many people still speak Guarani and identify strongly with the jaguar, the yaguarete is poised to return after being hunted to extinction over 75 years ago. The young female jaguar Isis in this photo is part of a ground-breaking reintroduction program in the vast marshlands of the Esteros del Iberá, a project of the Conservation Land Trust (CLT), the Argentine team of Tompkins Conservation; she is from a rescue center in neighboring Brazil, and although she has been too long in captivity to be released into the wild, her cubs may have that chance.  Already two young jaguars, Aramí and Mbaraté, cubs of another zoo-born female jaguar, are being raised isolated from human contact in at the Yaguarete Reintroduction Center in Iberá – they turn ten months old this weekend! In the second photo, wildlife biologist Natalie Mufato monitors their behavior with close-circuit cameras in their 3.5 acre enclosure. The cubs are big and healthy and already hunt their own live prey – see videos at the CLT feed:  @cltargentina  Once big enough, they will be moved to a 74 acre enclosure where they will get used to all the habitats and prey that they will find in the Esteros once they are finally released, see last photo. I am in northern Argentina documenting CLT and other conservation projects, check out more images on my feed @bethjwald and on CLT’s: @cltargentina @parqueiberacorrientes @tompkins_conservation

#esterosdelibera #rewilding #wetlands #argentinawild #nationalparks #bigcats #thejaguarreturns #yaguarete @thephotosociety @iclp_photographers
Repost @bethjwald : The incomparable beauty of the jaguar is a symbol of power, courage, dignity, wilderness across the Americas, from Mexico to central South America; the word “jaguar” comes from the indigenous Guarani word “yaguarete.” In Corrientes Province in Argentina, where many people still speak Guarani and identify strongly with the jaguar, the yaguarete is poised to return after being hunted to extinction over 75 years ago. The young female jaguar Isis in this photo is part of a ground-breaking reintroduction program in the vast marshlands of the Esteros del Iberá, a project of the Conservation Land Trust (CLT), the Argentine team of Tompkins Conservation; she is from a rescue center in neighboring Brazil, and although she has been too long in captivity to be released into the wild, her cubs may have that chance. Already two young jaguars, Aramí and Mbaraté, cubs of another zoo-born female jaguar, are being raised isolated from human contact in at the Yaguarete Reintroduction Center in Iberá – they turn ten months old this weekend! In the second photo, wildlife biologist Natalie Mufato monitors their behavior with close-circuit cameras in their 3.5 acre enclosure. The cubs are big and healthy and already hunt their own live prey – see videos at the CLT feed: @cltargentina Once big enough, they will be moved to a 74 acre enclosure where they will get used to all the habitats and prey that they will find in the Esteros once they are finally released, see last photo. I am in northern Argentina documenting CLT and other conservation projects, check out more images on my feed @bethjwald and on CLT’s: @cltargentina @parqueiberacorrientes @tompkins_conservation

#esterosdelibera #rewilding #wetlands #argentinawild #nationalparks #bigcats #thejaguarreturns #yaguarete @thephotosociety @iclp_photographers
Los actos de caballerosidad también existen en el mundo animal.
Revisando imágenes me encontré con esta secuencia: 
Una gaviota se zambulle en el agua a cazar una trucha. 
Pero viéndolo en detenimiento , observé o quizás hasta lo imagino, que una de los dos, al parecer Él, cazó la trucha, la mata dejándola caer en las piedras y luego se posa en una roca para dejar que ella coma, hasta pareciera que ella se lo agradece.
Puede ser todo imaginación, o todo cierto, pero si es por mi, me quedo con esa historia de compromiso y sacrificio entre ellos, para no perder las esperanzas de volvernos cada día un poco mas Animales ! ////
Chivalry acts also exist in the animal world.
Reviewing images I found this sequence:
A seagull dives in the water to hunt a trout.
But looking at it closely, I observed or perhaps even imagined, that one of the two, apparently He, caught the trout, kills it by letting it fall on the stones and then perches on a rock to let it eat, until it seems like it he is grateful.
It can be all imagination, or all true, but if it is for me, I am left with that history of commitment and sacrifice among them, so as not to lose the hope of becoming every day a little more Animals!
#wildlife #birds #fishing #strobellake #jurassiclake #patagonia #patagoniafishing #wildpatagonia #santacruz #trout #flyfishing #argentinawild
Los actos de caballerosidad también existen en el mundo animal.
Revisando imágenes me encontré con esta secuencia:
Una gaviota se zambulle en el agua a cazar una trucha.
Pero viéndolo en detenimiento , observé o quizás hasta lo imagino, que una de los dos, al parecer Él, cazó la trucha, la mata dejándola caer en las piedras y luego se posa en una roca para dejar que ella coma, hasta pareciera que ella se lo agradece.
Puede ser todo imaginación, o todo cierto, pero si es por mi, me quedo con esa historia de compromiso y sacrificio entre ellos, para no perder las esperanzas de volvernos cada día un poco mas Animales ! ////
Chivalry acts also exist in the animal world.
Reviewing images I found this sequence:
A seagull dives in the water to hunt a trout.
But looking at it closely, I observed or perhaps even imagined, that one of the two, apparently He, caught the trout, kills it by letting it fall on the stones and then perches on a rock to let it eat, until it seems like it he is grateful.
It can be all imagination, or all true, but if it is for me, I am left with that history of commitment and sacrifice among them, so as not to lose the hope of becoming every day a little more Animals!
#wildlife #birds #fishing #strobellake #jurassiclake #patagonia #patagoniafishing #wildpatagonia #santacruz #trout #flyfishing #argentinawild
Carpintero blanco
White woodpecker
Melanerpes candidus
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#carpinteroblanco #whitewoodpecker
#melanerpescandidus #birdsofinstagram
#aves #birds
#avesargentinas
#birdstagram #birdphotography
#bestbirds #bestbirdsoftheworld
#fotografiadeaves #avesinstagram
#fotografianaturaleza #naturephotography 
#bragado #birdwatching #argentinawild
#diegomarinofotografianaturaleza 
#diegomarinowild 
#nikon #tamron150600
#natgeo #natgeowild 
#naturephoto #nature 
#naturalezasilvestre #wildlife
#wildlifeofinstagram 
#faunasilvestre
Carpintero blanco
White woodpecker
Melanerpes candidus
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#carpinteroblanco #whitewoodpecker
#melanerpescandidus #birdsofinstagram
#aves #birds
#avesargentinas
#birdstagram #birdphotography
#bestbirds #bestbirdsoftheworld
#fotografiadeaves #avesinstagram
#fotografianaturaleza #naturephotography
#bragado #birdwatching #argentinawild
#diegomarinofotografianaturaleza
#diegomarinowild
#nikon #tamron150600
#natgeo #natgeowild
#naturephoto #nature
#naturalezasilvestre #wildlife
#wildlifeofinstagram
#faunasilvestre
The incomparable beauty of the jaguar is a symbol of power, courage, dignity, wilderness across the Americas, from Mexico to central South America; the word “jaguar” comes from the indigenous Guarani word “yaguarete.” In Corrientes Province in Argentina, where many people still speak Guarani and identify strongly with the jaguar, the yaguarete is poised to return after being hunted to extinction over 75 years ago. The young female jaguar Isis in this photo is part of a ground-breaking reintroduction program in the vast marshlands of the Esteros del Iberá, a project of the Conservation Land Trust (CLT), the Argentine team of Tompkins Conservation; she is from a rescue center in neighboring Brazil, and although she has been too long in captivity to be released into the wild, her cubs may have that chance.  Already two young jaguars, Aramí and Mbaraté, cubs of another zoo-born female jaguar, are being raised isolated from human contact in at the Yaguarete Reintroduction Center in Iberá – they turn ten months old this weekend! In the second photo, wildlife biologist Natalie Mufato monitors their behavior with close-circuit cameras in their 3.5 acre enclosure. The cubs are big and healthy and already hunt their own live prey – see videos at the CLT feed:  @cltargentina  Once big enough, they will be moved to a 74 acre enclosure where they will get used to all the habitats and prey that they will find in the Esteros once they are finally released, see last photo. I am in northern Argentina documenting CLT and other conservation projects, check out more images on my feed @bethjwald and on CLT’s: @cltargentina @parqueiberacorrientes @tompkins_conservation

#esterosdelibera #rewilding #wetlands #argentinawild #nationalparks #bigcats #thejaguarreturns #yaguarete @thephotosociety @iclp_photographers
The incomparable beauty of the jaguar is a symbol of power, courage, dignity, wilderness across the Americas, from Mexico to central South America; the word “jaguar” comes from the indigenous Guarani word “yaguarete.” In Corrientes Province in Argentina, where many people still speak Guarani and identify strongly with the jaguar, the yaguarete is poised to return after being hunted to extinction over 75 years ago. The young female jaguar Isis in this photo is part of a ground-breaking reintroduction program in the vast marshlands of the Esteros del Iberá, a project of the Conservation Land Trust (CLT), the Argentine team of Tompkins Conservation; she is from a rescue center in neighboring Brazil, and although she has been too long in captivity to be released into the wild, her cubs may have that chance. Already two young jaguars, Aramí and Mbaraté, cubs of another zoo-born female jaguar, are being raised isolated from human contact in at the Yaguarete Reintroduction Center in Iberá – they turn ten months old this weekend! In the second photo, wildlife biologist Natalie Mufato monitors their behavior with close-circuit cameras in their 3.5 acre enclosure. The cubs are big and healthy and already hunt their own live prey – see videos at the CLT feed: @cltargentina Once big enough, they will be moved to a 74 acre enclosure where they will get used to all the habitats and prey that they will find in the Esteros once they are finally released, see last photo. I am in northern Argentina documenting CLT and other conservation projects, check out more images on my feed @bethjwald and on CLT’s: @cltargentina @parqueiberacorrientes @tompkins_conservation

#esterosdelibera #rewilding #wetlands #argentinawild #nationalparks #bigcats #thejaguarreturns #yaguarete @thephotosociety @iclp_photographers
Repost @thephotosociety : Photo by @bethjwald // A young marsh deer  looks up from his evening grazing, as the sunset turns clouds pink and orange over the Esteros del Iberá, a vast wetlands in Corrientes Province, Argentina.  The marsh deer (Blastocerus dichotomus) is South America’s largest deer and used to have a huge range across the continent, but its numbers have been drastically reduced and it now occurs only as isolated populations in a few river basins of central South America.  The resurgence of the population in Iberá has been a huge success story for this beautiful deer – it has been protected within a Provincial Park and Reserve within the Iberá basin for several decades, but its protected range has been vastly expanded with recent creation of Iberá National Park.  The creation of the national park and the recuperation and restoration of the fauna of Iberá is an initiative of the Conservation Land Trust (CLT),the Argentine team of Tompkins Conservation, along with the Province of Corrientes, the Argentine  government and the National Park service. I am in Argentina documenting CLT and other conservation projects, check out more images on my feed @bethjwald and  on CLT’s: @cltargentina 
#esterosdelibera #rewilding #wetlands #argentinawild #nationalparks @parqueiberacorrientes  @tompkins_conservation
Repost @thephotosociety : Photo by @bethjwald // A young marsh deer looks up from his evening grazing, as the sunset turns clouds pink and orange over the Esteros del Iberá, a vast wetlands in Corrientes Province, Argentina. The marsh deer (Blastocerus dichotomus) is South America’s largest deer and used to have a huge range across the continent, but its numbers have been drastically reduced and it now occurs only as isolated populations in a few river basins of central South America. The resurgence of the population in Iberá has been a huge success story for this beautiful deer – it has been protected within a Provincial Park and Reserve within the Iberá basin for several decades, but its protected range has been vastly expanded with recent creation of Iberá National Park. The creation of the national park and the recuperation and restoration of the fauna of Iberá is an initiative of the Conservation Land Trust (CLT),the Argentine team of Tompkins Conservation, along with the Province of Corrientes, the Argentine government and the National Park service. I am in Argentina documenting CLT and other conservation projects, check out more images on my feed @bethjwald and on CLT’s: @cltargentina
#esterosdelibera #rewilding #wetlands #argentinawild #nationalparks @parqueiberacorrientes @tompkins_conservation
Photo by @bethjwald // A young marsh deer  looks up from his evening grazing, as the sunset turns clouds pink and orange over the Esteros del Iberá, a vast wetlands in Corrientes Province, Argentina.  The marsh deer (Blastocerus dichotomus) is South America’s largest deer and used to have a huge range across the continent, but its numbers have been drastically reduced and it now occurs only as isolated populations in a few river basins of central South America.  The resurgence of the population in Iberá has been a huge success story for this beautiful deer – it has been protected within a Provincial Park and Reserve within the Iberá basin for several decades, but its protected range has been vastly expanded with recent creation of Iberá National Park.  The creation of the national park and the recuperation and restoration of the fauna of Iberá is an initiative of the Conservation Land Trust (CLT),the Argentine team of Tompkins Conservation, along with the Province of Corrientes, the Argentine  government and the National Park service. I am in Argentina documenting CLT and other conservation projects, check out more images on my feed @bethjwald and  on CLT’s: @cltargentina 
#esterosdelibera #rewilding #wetlands #argentinawild #nationalparks @parqueiberacorrientes  @tompkins_conservation
Photo by @bethjwald // A young marsh deer looks up from his evening grazing, as the sunset turns clouds pink and orange over the Esteros del Iberá, a vast wetlands in Corrientes Province, Argentina. The marsh deer (Blastocerus dichotomus) is South America’s largest deer and used to have a huge range across the continent, but its numbers have been drastically reduced and it now occurs only as isolated populations in a few river basins of central South America. The resurgence of the population in Iberá has been a huge success story for this beautiful deer – it has been protected within a Provincial Park and Reserve within the Iberá basin for several decades, but its protected range has been vastly expanded with recent creation of Iberá National Park. The creation of the national park and the recuperation and restoration of the fauna of Iberá is an initiative of the Conservation Land Trust (CLT),the Argentine team of Tompkins Conservation, along with the Province of Corrientes, the Argentine government and the National Park service. I am in Argentina documenting CLT and other conservation projects, check out more images on my feed @bethjwald and on CLT’s: @cltargentina
#esterosdelibera #rewilding #wetlands #argentinawild #nationalparks @parqueiberacorrientes @tompkins_conservation
I am staying on the same continent as the last several posts, but moving south, to the vast wetlands called the Esteros del Iberá in the province of Corrientes in northern Argentina.  In these photos, the sun sets over the marshes, which harbors a large diversity of wildlife and bird life – here, a caiman (locally called yacaré, scientific name Caiman yacare) soaks up the last rays of sun, as does a southern screamer (know as a chaha, scientific name  Chauna torquata) in the second picture, on the edge of the Esteros in Iberá National Park.  Iberá, which means “brilliant waters” in the indigenous language of Guarani, is also the location of the most ambitious re-wilding program in the Americas.  Conservation Land Trust (CLT) is the Argentine team of Tompkins Conservation, founded by Doug and Kristine Tompkins - CLT is working to restore the fauna that went extinct in the region, in the province, and in some cases in the country, due to many generations of hunting and habitat loss – including jaguars, giant anteater, macaws and many other species. I will be documenting CLT projects over the next months and helping them to get the word out about their incredible and visionary work not only in re-widling, but park creation (Iberá is one of Argentina’s newest parks and is its largest), and reinforcement of local culture and economies.  I’ll be posting more images this week and over the next months from Iberá and other parts of Argentina where CLT is working – so please check back soon! www.proyectoibera.org  #esterosdelibera #rewilding #wetlands #argentinawild @cltargentina @parqueiberacorrientes @tompkins_conservation @iclp_photographers @thephotosociety
I am staying on the same continent as the last several posts, but moving south, to the vast wetlands called the Esteros del Iberá in the province of Corrientes in northern Argentina. In these photos, the sun sets over the marshes, which harbors a large diversity of wildlife and bird life – here, a caiman (locally called yacaré, scientific name Caiman yacare) soaks up the last rays of sun, as does a southern screamer (know as a chaha, scientific name Chauna torquata) in the second picture, on the edge of the Esteros in Iberá National Park. Iberá, which means “brilliant waters” in the indigenous language of Guarani, is also the location of the most ambitious re-wilding program in the Americas. Conservation Land Trust (CLT) is the Argentine team of Tompkins Conservation, founded by Doug and Kristine Tompkins - CLT is working to restore the fauna that went extinct in the region, in the province, and in some cases in the country, due to many generations of hunting and habitat loss – including jaguars, giant anteater, macaws and many other species. I will be documenting CLT projects over the next months and helping them to get the word out about their incredible and visionary work not only in re-widling, but park creation (Iberá is one of Argentina’s newest parks and is its largest), and reinforcement of local culture and economies. I’ll be posting more images this week and over the next months from Iberá and other parts of Argentina where CLT is working – so please check back soon! www.proyectoibera.org #esterosdelibera #rewilding #wetlands #argentinawild @cltargentina @parqueiberacorrientes @tompkins_conservation @iclp_photographers @thephotosociety
Pato picazo
Rosy billed pochard
Netta peposaca
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#patopicazo #rosybilledpochard
#nettapeposaca #birdsofinstagram
#aves #birds
#avesargentinas
#birdstagram #birdphotography
#bestbirds #bestbirdsoftheworld
#fotografiadeaves #avesinstagram
#fotografianaturaleza #naturephotography 
#bragado #birdwatching #argentinawild
#diegomarinofotografianaturaleza 
#diegomarinowild 
#nikon #tamron150600
#natgeo #natgeowild 
#naturephoto #nature 
#naturalezasilvestre #wildlife
#wildlifeofinstagram 
#faunasilvestre
Pato picazo
Rosy billed pochard
Netta peposaca
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#patopicazo #rosybilledpochard
#nettapeposaca #birdsofinstagram
#aves #birds
#avesargentinas
#birdstagram #birdphotography
#bestbirds #bestbirdsoftheworld
#fotografiadeaves #avesinstagram
#fotografianaturaleza #naturephotography
#bragado #birdwatching #argentinawild
#diegomarinofotografianaturaleza
#diegomarinowild
#nikon #tamron150600
#natgeo #natgeowild
#naturephoto #nature
#naturalezasilvestre #wildlife
#wildlifeofinstagram
#faunasilvestre
Hilux en pareja bajando de un Hercules C130 de la Fuerza Aerea Argentina que llegaba a la Antártida. Año 2014.

#toyotaargentina #hiluxargentina #toyota #motortoyota #diésel #argentina #hilux #infohilux #toyotaarg #toyoteros #argentina #camionetas #4x4argentina #antártida #toyotaantartida #marambio #argentinawild
Hilux en pareja bajando de un Hercules C130 de la Fuerza Aerea Argentina que llegaba a la Antártida. Año 2014.

#toyotaargentina #hiluxargentina #toyota #motortoyota #diésel #argentina #hilux #infohilux #toyotaarg #toyoteros #argentina #camionetas #4x4argentina #antártida #toyotaantartida #marambio #argentinawild
En 2015 nos encontrábamos bajo las cenizas del volcán calbuco! Increíble recuerdo . •  a normal day in the limay river, year 2015. we find ourselves with ash from the Calbuco volcano! .but that was not a problem to continue fishing! amazing memory .  #argentinawild #patagonia #limayriver #pescaconmosca #patagoniasnowfly
En 2015 nos encontrábamos bajo las cenizas del volcán calbuco! Increíble recuerdo . • a normal day in the limay river, year 2015. we find ourselves with ash from the Calbuco volcano! .but that was not a problem to continue fishing! amazing memory . #argentinawild #patagonia #limayriver #pescaconmosca #patagoniasnowfly

Contik - это обзорщик фото и видео из Инстаграма.