Recipes for a Small World

With Lucas Bustamante
April 1, 2019 (12 days)

A totally great experience

This tour looks through magnification of specialized species in the Amazon basin and western cloud forests of northern Ecuador. We will not be confining ourselves to one family or genera instead we will be looking at the tiny things whose adaptations often camouflage and hide them from predators and other observers. We’ll explore photographic techniques used to enter this small world.

US$4200.00 per person

Group max 8 pax

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Lucas Bustamante

tour leader

About the leader

Lucas Bustamante is a wildlife photographer and biologist from Ecuador. He is the photographic director of Tropical Herping, an institution he co-founded in 2009 to help preserve tropical reptiles and amphibians through tourism, photography, education, and research. He is the author of several books and scientific articles describing four new species to science. Bustamante’s primary objective is to use photography as a tool to promote wildlife conservation. Throughout his career, he also co-founded two different NGOs which promote conservation of threatened tropical ecosystems and youth education respectively: Save The Chocó and Kids Conservation Photography Workshops.  His photographic work has been featured in National Geographic, BBC Wildlife Magazine, World Wide Fund (WWF) magazine, Conservation International, BioGraphic, Ranger Rick. He is a Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Nature’s Best Windland Smith Rice prizewinner. Lucas is also an Associate Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP).

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