South America

From the neo-tropics of central America and the largest contiguous rainforest on the planet, the Amazon, to the temperate forests of Patagonia, South America presents amazing variety.

Peru and Columbia alone are home to the world's highest avain biodiversity, in habitats ranging from steamy lowland jungles to mist-shrouded Andean cloudforests.

Photo © and courtesy of our crazy, nature-cycling friend, Geoff Spanner: wildshots

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Campinarama - The Unheard Amazon

by Juan Pablo Culasso. Soundscapes from tropical grasslands and riverine forests of a little known region of the vast Amazon basin.

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Serra dos Orgaos

By Juan Pablo Culasso. Two dawn choruses, recorded the same morning - one highland, one lowland - in Brazil's Serra dos Órgãos

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Welcome to the Atlantic Forest

By Juan Pablo Culasso. Beautiful birdsong is heard during a day in Brazil's Atlantic rainforest.

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