The story of the photograph:
This is a photograph of a Green-billed Toucan, also known as the Red-breasted Toucan (Ramphastos dicolorus). "It was a rainy chilly day and we were waiting for the toucans to come down a bit more because they were pretty high up in the canopy. The rain started to dismiss at some point and that was when the toucans decided to get lower to eat some palm fruit. Toucans are iconic birds for South America and when I see one, I am always very keen to photograph them."
About the photographer:
Naun Amable Silva is from the Peruvian rainforest. He grew up surrounded by trees and lots of wildlife making nature part of his life. He became a wildlife tour guide in 2000 and since then he has been traveling around South America leading nature group lovers.
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