This Photographer Visited Peru And Here Are 31 Beautiful Birds That He Found

Peru is the hometown of many exotic birds. When this talented photographer visited there, he took the opportunity to take the most memorable photos.

Supreet Sahoo from India is a wildlife photographer. He does not photograph Peru’s natural wonders but thinks that the birds need to focus on attention this time. He used a Canon 1D X Mark II camera and a 600mm telephoto lens to capture these fantastic, clear images, thereby capturing Peru’s beautiful colors and wildlife.

According to Sahoo, Peru is the ideal place for any wildlife photographer because of the abundance of materials and the wide variety of birds. It is a real paradise for bird lovers and an excellent place for bird watching.

I just want to know that Peru is home to 20% of the world’s bird population. Sahoo also collaborated with several naturalists when organizing such a work trip and tried to ensure that he could get the best place to take photos without disturbing the birds’ natural habitat.

After seeing the collection of images, you will understand Sahoo’s hard work finding the right location and the timing to capture them.

#1 Marvelous Spatuletail Hummingbird

#2 Swallow Tanager

#3 Golden-Tailed Sapphire

#4 Rufous-Crested Coquette

 #5 Black-Faced Dacnis

#6 Sword-Billed Hummingbird

#7 Marvellous Spatuletail Hummingbird 

#8 Collared Trogon

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#9 Black-Tailed Trainbearer

#10 Inca Tern

#11 Rufous-Crested Coquette

#12 Crimson-Mantled Woodpecker

#13 Royal Sunangel Hummingbird

#14 Bronzy Inca

#15 Andean Motmot

#16 Gould’s Jewelfront

#17 Grass-Green Tanager

#18 Squirrel Cuckoo

#19 Ochre-Fronted Antpittas

#20 Red-Legged Cormorant

#21 Silver-Backed Tanager

#22 Marvelous Spatuletail

 

#23 Bearded Moutaineer

#24 Sword-Billed Hummingbird

#25 Wire-Crested Thorntail

#26 Rufous-Crested Coquette

#27 Inca Tern

#28 Giant Hummingbird

#29 Black-Throated Flowerpiercer

#30 Chestnut-Breasted Mountain Finch

#31 Black-Tailed Trainbearer


Photo credit – SUPREET SAHOO PHOTOGRAPHY

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