The Yasuni Biosphere Reserve is the largest track of Amazonian Rainforest in the Western Amazon; its world famous for its high diversity of life on this planet. I came to this reserve in 1998 for the first time. since then I had the privilege to explore the core of this huge wilderness always in company of the Waorani People: True Guardians of the Yasuni in the last 3 thousands years. I invite you to watch this little video about the wildlife I was able to capture with my pocket camera.
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I grew up in the Ecuadorian Rainforest, in a remote village: Misahualli; famous in the golden days for the expeditions throught out the Ecuadorian Amazon, a great schools of experienced leaders I had; The natives were my trusted companions in all my trips.
I try the University with a dream to become a Doctor in medicine, but the lack of funding slam my dream, but the forest show me a different story: Natural History;
A handful of naturalist came to the Amazon, lets name a few of them: Alfred R. Wallace, Henry Bates, Richard E. Schultes, Ted Parker and others, they inspired me to look for pa... full info