Bolivia Expedition

Oct 2017

By: Laura Crawford Williams

The Frontera Wildlife team traveled to Bolivia with researcher Igor Berkunsky to study the critically endangered Blue-throated Macaw! The main objectives for this trip were to photograph the endangered Blue-throated Macaw, Giant Ant-eater, and Jaguar…. in the wild! Well, two out of three isn’t bad. We found the Macaws, never saw a Giant Ant-eater, and had a Jaguar visit our camp in the middle of the night! He circled the camp while ‘huffing’ for about 30 minutes. Too bad my camera was in the truck and no one had the courage to get out of their tent.

Don’t miss seeing some of the images Laura captured during the Bolivian adventure on Facebook:

Biodiversity! Macaws and parrots weren't the only subjects we found in Bolivia…All photos by Laura Crawford WilliamsAll Rights Reserved

Posted by Laura Crawford Williams on Sunday, December 14, 2014

During Frontera's trip to Bolivia, we visited one of the very few locations where the Blue-throated Macaw can still be…

Posted by Laura Crawford Williams on Friday, November 14, 2014