Worldly Vistas: A Walk in the Forest

Canopy Walk in the Amazon, Peru

Canopy Walk in the Amazon
Photographed in Peru

This Canopy Walkway in the Amazon Rainforest is an experience unequaled! At a height of over 115 feet and extending over 1,750 feet, the Canopy Walkway provides a view of the rainforest from the treetops. This provides a unique perception of the wildlife and vegetation seldom observed from the ground.

Not just one walkway, this is spread between 14 of the area’s largest rainforest trees and is one of the longest canopy walkways in the world.


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Peru: At the Clay Lick

Macaws at Clay Lick, Peru

Macaws
Photographed in Peru

Up the Tambopata River in the western Amazon basin is a strange place. It’s a sheer wall of clay where hundreds of macaws and other parrots gather to eat the clay! This is a behavior not seen anywhere else, and scientists have various theories but no conclusive answers why birds gather here to eat clay when it’s not part of their normal diet elsewhere.

All I know is that, other than being one of the most remote and challenging places to reach, it was a truly wonderful experience!


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