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As Mike grew up, he dove back into nature, researching the environment, wildlife, and space. He understood the process he had to follow in order to achieve the photos he dreamed of.
This week we continue our quest to bring to you original photographs and information about some of Yucatán’s most amazing animals.
Though the exact number of animal species on the Yucatán Peninsula is hard to nail down, even conservative estimates place the number in the thousands.
Here is the fifth installment of our field guide to the region's feathered friends.
Other than human beings, Yucatán is home to two species of primates, these being howler and spider monkeys.
Birding can be a great activity to help fight stress, as it encourages serval of the same practices as meditation.
These large reptiles are endemic to southeastern Mexico, but despite their ferocious looks attacks are uncommon. Photo: Carlos Rosado van der...
Highways are a great danger to all animals, even the mighty jaguar, on the Yucatan Peninsula. Photo: Carlos Rosado van der...
It is estimated that only one or two adult jaguars remain for every 3,000 hectares in the Yucatán.