This Photographer Visited Peru And Captured 31 Pleasing Images Of Birds That He Found


I can assure you that the world is an enchanting place to live in. Even though we know that the place where we live as the best, along with other places that we were able to discover, a larger

portion of the globe is not yet discovered to be known by us.

So that photography gives us a helping hand in this regard.

A tropical wildlife photographer of India, Supreet Sahoo, visited Peru which inherits the New Seven Wonders of the World, the Inca Trail, the Amazon rainforest and Machu Picchu.

But surprisingly Sahoo was fascinated by the birds there and reported!

He was able to create an enchanting compilation of photographs of Peruvian birds using his Canon 1D X Mark II and 600 mm.

Sahoo stated:

“Peru is where photographers and bird watchers aspire to go. It is, after all, a country with the most diverse bird species and scenic views that have worldwide photographers stunned. It is a must-visit on every bird photographer’s bucket list. Peru is a birder’s paradise with the most beautiful avian treasury in the world.

Peru is home to 20% of the world’s total bird species, along with the highest number of endemics in the world! And the count increases every day. It is abundant with so many beautiful destinations, and apart from the well-known heritage site Machu Picchu, I had to show you the birds the country boasts of!”

Sahoo is on regular sharing of his own experience of the wildlife and adds:

“In the last few years, I have been working with naturalists and guides in Central and South American rainforests to establish a network that helps me and my guests get special access to tropical wildlife. This is what separates our tours from the rest. From seeing owls and quetzals in private farms in Costa Rica to finding Cock of the Rock leks in private farms in Colombia — we do everything to get the best images possible! “

The following collection of images will be stunning:

1. Amazing Spatuletail Hummingbird

2. Swallow Tanager

3. Golden-Tailed Sapphire

4. Rufous-Crested Coquette

5. Black-Faced Dacnis

6. Sword-Billed Hummingbird

7. Marvellous Spatuletail Hummingbird

8. Collared Trogon

9. Black-Tailed Trainbearer

10. Inca Tern

11. Rufous-Crested Coquette

12. Crimson-Mantled Woodpecker

13. Royal Sunangel Hummingbird

14. Bronzy Inca

15. Andean Motmot

16. Gould’s Jewelfront

17. Grass-Green Tanager

18. Squirrel Cuckoo

19. Ochre-Fronted Antpittas

20. Red-Legged Cormorant

21. Silver-Backed Tanager

22. Marvelous Spatuletail

23. Bearded Mountaineer

24. Sword-Billed Hummingbird

25. Wire-Crested Thorntail

26. Rufous-Crested Coquette

27. Inca Tern

28. Giant Hummingbird

29. Black-throated Flowerpiercer

30. Chestnut-breasted Mountain Finch

31. Black-Tailed Trainbearer

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