Calm Jungle Morning in the Rainforest
Around four in the morning the insect chorus and water dripping sounds start to slowly morph into something more lively. Distant howler monkeys can be heard, while a flock of macaws is making a racket nearby. Screaming piha calls remind me I’m in the Amazon, while Motmots utter their low frequency bubbling call. Later on, toucans and toucanets join in along with a myriad other species.
Recorded in Pery by in the Reserva Territorial Madre de Dios, by George Vlad
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