Bruno D'Amicis - Master of camouflage

 

In a Malagasy rainforest a Collared nightjar (Gactornis enarratus) is almost invisible to spot while brooding on its nest built on an epiphytic fern (Asplenium nidus). The nest was along a busy touristic trail, but the bird trusted so much its incredible camouflage pattern that it never moved.


Location: Andasibe NP, Madagascar

Tags: Bird, bruno_damicis, camouflage, Madagascar, rainforest



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  1. Sven Zacek said:

    31/08/2015 14:28

    Amazing, the bird looks like a pile of leaves. It took me a while to see the outlines. Great stuff!