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Rare Harpy Eagle Nest With Baby = Striking Avian Gold In The Peruvian Amazon

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 14, 2005 9:00:00 AM / by Jeff Cremer posted in peru rainforest adventure, perunature.com

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A few weeks ago, wildlife photographers Jeff Cremer of Rainforest Expeditions and Lucas Bustamante and Jaime Culebras of TropicalHerping, had the chance to film and photograph one of the rarest birds of the rainforest, the Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja). Not only did they see the eagle, they were able to climb into the canopy and observe two of them with its chick for two days. At one point they were so close they had to switch lenses just to get the entire bird in the frame.

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HarpyCam - Tambopata AmazonCam

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