Guiding a birding trip in Southern Ecuador, Dec 2010, Tapichalaca.
Photographing Inca Terns at Paracas, Sept 2008, Peru, photo taken by my lovely wife.
Holding a Grey-breasted Wood-wren during a fieldstudy, Mindo, Oct 2006, Ecuador. This study "started it all": I got hooked on Neotropical Birding and soon met my wife.
The morning after having seen the ultra-rare Long-whiskered Owlet together with David Shackleford (left), Oct 2010, Abra Patricia, Peru. Birders have been seeing it regularly after discovering its territory near the lodge.
My wife Lorena and I on top of Huayna Picchu, with below us the ruins of Machu Picchu, Sept 2008, Peru.
The Birdinator, advanced prototype, programmed to locate rare birds. I use Vortex Razor glass to hunt them down. For documentation of suspects I use a shotgun ME67 and a Canon 100-400mm.
Birding Galapagos. Sometimes birding can be easy. Isla Bartolomé, Feb 2013.
Holding a female Sparrowhawk, Groningen, The Netherlands, 1991.
"At work" with my 400mm Canon, Ayampe, August 2011, Ecuador.