Peru trip photos from 2010 by Peter Hanan, Maryland Ornithological Society

[Peter’s pictures are so cool I thought other bird/travel folks would be interested in them.  bp]

From: PETER HANAN 
Subject: Peru trip photos from June 2010

I thought folks who have shown interest in the June Peru trip might like to see a few photos.

Peter Hanan

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Lima tour…  I did a birding tour along the coast instead of the Lima tour

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Bugs were not an issue on this trip.. Light breeze on the river keep them away and the forest trip were less buggy than many other
tropical areas

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Da boat …  

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Not a Black Vulture… 

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Commuter travel on the river

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Kids are so interested in the big boat and the people … 

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The river people swim and drink the water ..  Not something we would do…

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The smaller boats are comfortable and quite and get us into back areas 

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bats

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What are all the holes ??

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A very fast moving sloth

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Car alarm bird 

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Pink Dolphin

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Great sunsets 

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not a bird 

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Barbara my wife ..  She was OK with this trip and she wants to go again …  Non birding spouse approved 

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Small fish with big teeth …  Very good eating.  Taste like fish !

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One step away from the dinosaurs

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These are the smaller boats we use to go exploring

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40′ hill side on the village side and flood plane rice fields in some areas on the other side

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Typical village home on dry land with stilts to help keep animals from getting into their home…  

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Woodcreeper in a home …  

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Largest rodent…  Tastes like chicken

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Peter Hanan

About Bruce

Work for sustainable development of small islands; ex-Peace Corps (Volunteer and staff) in LA & Caribbean; cruised Caribbean on S/Y Meander for three years; like small tropical islands, French canals, Umbria, Tasmania, and NZ. Married 50 years. Former President (1995 to 2016) of Island Resources Foundation.
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