Wesley Goorachan

Wesley Goorachan

I'm currently an undergraduate student pursuing a Bsc. in Environmental Science and Sustainable Technology. I'm an all round wildlife enthusiast leaning more on the side of birds and mammals, and I also enjoy photographing wildlife. In addition to wildlife and environmentalism in general, I also enjoy learning about various topics such as regional (Caribbean and Latin America) History, Agriculture and Numismatics
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Musk Oxen
    1. Thank you!
    2. Comment on Swamp Hen yesterday
      Amazing capture Niel! Once again you show us that Australia is home to some of the coolest birdlife!
    3. Comment on Smooth Billed Ani (Crotophaga ani) yesterday
      A bit of both actually...here it's supposed to be transitioning from dry to wet season which was usually always a windy and sunny time with occasional rain drizzles and cool nights however right now there is heavy non-stop downpour and a very high humidity at night. The level of rainfall we are having right now is equal to what we got in November(rainiest month in Trinidad) years ago.

      How is the current weather in your country?
    4. Thank you so much Niel!
    5. Comment on Green Iguana (Iguana iguana) yesterday
      Thank you for your comment Christine! Sadly our hunting season is six months long and people don't just hunt one iguana so that's why some people in Trinidad try their best to conserve them.
    6. That pattern is really simple and makes the moth stand out so much!
    7. Comment on Lanternbugs 2 days ago
      Such a vibrant species!
    8. Comment on Green Iguana (Iguana iguana) 4 days ago
      Thank you so much Niel! Most people enjoy the light green colours of the juveniles but that mix of brown, green and white on the adult adds so much more appeal.
    9. Comment on Green Iguana (Iguana iguana) 4 days ago
      Hahaha it does seem apt. At first I thought the JungleDragon logo was a crocodile until I read the story behind the site on the forum (by the way that was amazing).
    10. What an incredible photo! I can never keep multiple birds sharp in one photo!