Jaguars of the Pantanal
We know that photographing big cats is something that many of you love and it was with that in mind that we pulled together a trip in the Pantanal for September 2018 with the help of our good friend, guide and south American based photographer Pablo Cersosimo. Although our trip was first planned a couple of years ago we asked Pablo to give us an insight into his most recent visit towards the end of last year and especially how he got in with regards to jaguars. His to the point paragraphs and this selection of images from a two-week trip need nothing adding.
“We had 37 jaguar encounters in 15 days, some with the same animal. We found the same female 3 times and on one day with her two 3-month-old cubs, just walking along the shoreline and swimming. They were always checking us out but confident and not shy at all. They allowed us to fill many memory cards with our cameras before they disappeared walking into the forest.
The Pantanal is a box full of surprises, you never know what is going to happen: the wildlife is vast, exuberant and if we move with care and patience then all of its creatures show up doing their daily routines”.
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