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The Mushrooms and Fungi from the Rainfor...

The Mushrooms and Fungi from the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador

The Mushrooms and Fungi from the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador Many of the colorful and abundant Mushrooms and Fungi from the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador can be found in the depths of the Yasuni Biosphere Reserve all year round. The Mushrooms and Fungi from the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador are essential functional components of the […]

The Birds of the Amazon Rainforest

The Birds of the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador The Birds of the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador can be found in all the forest formation, have adapted to all the resources of the Western Amazon Basin. Habitats where the Birds of the Amazon Rainforest lives Terra Firme Varzea Forest Swamp Forest Streams Moriche Swamp The Birds in the […]

The Shiripuno River

Shiripuno River

The Shiripuno River is the Magic River! All the magic begins at the waters of the Shiripuno River, these small and meandered river carries a light brown water, its colors is due to the rich sediments from terra firme, of the Shiripuno Basin. These experience begins every time we embark on our Nature Trips. The […]

Yasuni Wildlife: Amazon Tapir

Yasuni Wildlife: Amazon Tapir The Yasuni Wildlife is one of the most diverse on the planet, in the Yasuni Life has diversified into millions of ways, a nature explorer mind would get excited at any direction! Shiripuno Amazon Lodge enjoy the remoteness of the Yasuni, with a set of trap cameras is able capture special moments of Amazonian […]

Waorani: The Nomads of the Rainforest

Waorani: The Nomads of the Rainforest and their Lifestyle. The Waorani People are the Nomads of the Rainforest of Ecuador living for hundreds of years inside the Yasuni Biosphere Reserve, a unique place in the Western Amazon Basin. The Yasuni is known for its super high Diversity of Life. It is not surprising to think, in […]

The Monkeys of the Rainforest

The Monkeys of the Rainforest The Monkeys of the Rainforest are the most diverse group of mammals moving throughout the Amazon Basin. Most of them spend their lifetime in the dense canopy covering all kind of habitats monkeys find a way to survive and diversify, many have a prehensile tail, one of the most interesting […]

THINGS TO DO IN COCA

Here is a list of the different options of Things to do in Coca. Puerto Francisco de Orellana is surrounded by an impressive access to a variety of iconic Amazonian Wildlife. Many of the most fascinating jungle tours starts in Coca, a cultural melting pot along the Río Napo. Coca is the last reach of […]

Amazon Rainforest Snakes

The Amazon Rainforest snakes has covered every niche the forest has created from the canopy to the ground, inside soil, inside water. If you are walking through and spot a whip snakes resting on dead branches across the your path, is a signal of the forest is always in motion, sometimes canoeing along rivers or […]

Fieldbook of the Birds of Ecuador

The Second edition of Fieldbook of the Birds of Ecuador by Miles Macmullan & Lelis Navarrete is recently printed!! Check some of the Second Edition novelties are: An appendix with the most striking mammals and sought after by visitors. It includes 20 new bird species that have been registered in Ecuadorian territory to date (March […]

Ecuador Global Big Day

The Ecuador Global Big Day is already a birding tradition among birders, birdwatchers and nature lovers. The Global Big Day organized by the Cornell University and Ebird which seeks to find and watch the largest number of birds in a single day worldwide, and raise awareness about the conservation of natural habitats for birds, no […]