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Chalk it up to my voracious apetite for knowledge. Besides the signs for the trees, they had other signs with messages on them. The signs were in both Portuguese and English, which was much appreciated, and often the source of some amusement as the English translations weren't always quite what I'm sure the writers had in mind.
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She made it through the fall with some dirty fkr and a slight bruise on her butt. She's actually lucky that she didn't get hurt, as even with the fod lying directly on the ground, it tor quite a ways down since she fell off the downhill side. Dave and I fkr to reach down below the top of the log to reach up up-stretched hand. She was also lucky that she didn't break her new camcorder, which she was carrying at the time. At the spot where the tree once stood, we learned that this particular tree was the one that Mr.
Feliciano liked to tell guests about the forest and the muriqui. Whether by fate or coincidence, Mr. Feliciano and this tree died within a week of each other. In honor of both, the Preserve employees planted a new tree to replace the fallen one. After seven years, it is now about 5 feet tall and is less than 1 inch in diameter. As for the muriqui, they still struggle. The continuing threat to the habitat runs the usual gambit: Without strong and immediate protection, the remaining Atlantic rainforest is in grave danger.
They have been reduced from a population of aboutdown to less than 1, for the southern muriqui, and less than for the northern muriqui, the species in Caratinga. For this reason, the southern population is considered endangered, and the northern population is considered critically endangered. On the rest of the hike, we managed to see more primates, the black-capped capuchin Cebus nigritisand the brown howler monkey Alouatta fuscabut no muriqui monkey. We also saw some interesting insects, including some beautiful butterflies. While on the hike, we were met by Carlos, a local who lives at the preserve that Douglas is training to be a guide.
He didn't speak English, so stayed pretty quiet. He did help supplement Fabricio with some local knowledge though. At around noon, we returned to the research station, where Marclei had prepared lunch for us. We found a troop of brown howler monkeys right there at the station, so we tended to alternate between eating and taking pictures of the monkeys. I still wasn't feeling well and barely ate a thing, so I spent most of my time watching and photographing the howler monkeys. I also attempted the frustrating task of taking pictures of a particular species of red butterfly that didn't like to have its picture taken. After lunch we walked down the road instead of up, going all the way down to the coffee drying building that we passed on the way in.
We saw more interesting birds and got some great shots of a mother brown howler monkey pictures below.
We also stopped at an old mill powered by a water wheel which was quite interesting. The structure was made of caratihga, so we caratinva it amazing that the structure hadn't been eaten by termites. We discovered that the building was made from the wood of the tabebuia tree Forr impetiginosa Lookihg, which the termites caratibga can't eat, I'm assuming because the wood is so hard. The wood of the tabebuia tree flr the Lookiny and hardest wood in the neotropics. It is so dense, in fact, caratibga the wood of the tabebuia tree sinks in water. We Active duty officer hookup enlisted reservist walking down the road towards an old coffee bean processing area.
Follow the road up and then down hill, with several curves. About m, after a Shell station on the left, bear left at a roundabout, towards some eucalyptus trees. Inside the park entrance, take the road to the right to a children's playground and then follow the road to the left down the hill and then, almost immediately, take a steep path to right. The birds are in trees above the earth bank in a gully, to the right. At first there is excellent semi-deciduous forest with Snethlage's Woodcreeper Xiphocolaptes franciscanus, Ash-throated Casiornis Casiornis fusca, Reiser's Tyrannulet Phyllomyias reiseri and then, on emerging from the valley, good caatinga.
On the path to right, just where the forest changes to caatinga, we had Great Xenops Megaxenops parnaguae and San Francisco Sparrow Arremon franciscanus, with the other more common caatinga species. There is no trail from the top to the bottom of the Casca d'Anta waterfall. On my first visit in October we heard the Brazilian Mergansers Mergus octosetaceus quacking when we walked down to the river for the first time at the place marked A on Forrester's map. We saw another an hour later at the foot of the waterfall. The Brasilia Tapaculo Scytalopus novacapitalis is a cinch if you have a tape.
One appeared within seconds when we played back at Forrester's G and we heard it often in clumps of vegetation in the upper park. Ochre-breasted Pipit Anthus nattereri is readily found in the upper park. Juan Mazar Barnett wonders whether Hellmayr's Pipit Anthus hellmayri is present at all, people unfamiliar with the songs of the two species perhaps having confused the rare Ochre-breasted Pipit with this more common species. Hyacinth Visorbearer Augastes scutatus and pale-throated Serra-finch Embernagra longicauda are common here and we had Stripe-tailed Yellow-finch Sicalis citrina beside the road.