South America

BBC Wildlife Magazine travel supplement, March 2014.
From clay-eating parrots to exotic hummingbirds, and the evolutionary extremes of New Zealand to the inhabitants of the Danube Delta, put these birdwatching destinations on your wish list.
BBC Wildlife Magazine travel supplement, March 2014.
From the Brazilian Pantanal to Yellowstone, the world’s oldest national park, these are the greatest wildlife encounters in the Americas.
The Lost Forest article spread
It may not be as well known as the Amazon, but the Atlantic Forest of Brazil has everything from rare monkeys to maned sloths and deserves to be rediscovered.
Discover Peru article spread
Hot, heady and unforgettable, the Amazon is the world’s mightiest river, but its wildlife can be elusive unless you know where to look.
One of the few remaining unexplored frontiers of tourism, Guyana is South America’s biggest little secret. Sophie Stafford saw this pint-sized paradise of pristine rainforest through the eyes of the native Amerindians.
Giant otter article
They’re large and they hunt in packs, so giant otters ought to be easy to study. Sophie Stafford put her tracking skills to the test in Brazil’s Pantanal.
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