The Journey of the jaguar continues.
now into new lands for my eyes, honduras is the stop.
Panthera's scientists, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, Dr. Howard Quigley and Dr. Franklin Castañeda acomplished incredible things with their visit. a new agreement was signed and the goverment is now aware of the inmense impact that preserving the jaguar and it's habitat has for us humans
The adventure was non stop.
five days of continuous expansion of the soul.
The journey through honduras was beautiful and intense.
the team visited the Jeanette Kawas National PArk accompanied by honduras minister Ismael León in search for poachers and poacher signs.
howler monkeys gave us a warm welcome while moving through the dense jungle.
finding jaguar tracks at the beach, and crossing the dangerous jaguar tunnel were only a few of the incredible adventures.
We visited cacao and pineapple plantations looking to establish more colaboration from the local people with the objective of protecting the jaguar and it's habitat, our beautiful world.
Pico Bonito National Park was our last stop, hummingbirds welcomed us like messangers from an other world.
the river and the towering vegetation was breathtaking.