Montier Photo Festival






  Bruno Pambour developed passions for nature and photography at an early age. For six years he was an ornithologist in the Alps and then in the Camargue. Professional photographer since 1989, he has published many books and regularly contributes to the magazine press. Having discovered South America in 1991, he designs and accompanies photographic stays.


   Jeudi 17 novembre 2022

   15h00 - 16h30


Galapagos and Colibris, In the footsteps of Darwin Unique territory among all, the Galapagos, volcanoes emerging from the Pacific, have an amazing natural wealth. The archipelago is home to mainly endemic flora and fauna. Giant tortoises, prehistoric land and marine iguanas and sea lions are the main centres of interest. The bird populations are also considerable and unique: Albatross, Frigatebirds, Blue-footed and Red-footed booby, Nazca booby, Flightless Cormorants, Penguins, Petrels, Hawks... Not to mention the famous Darwin's Finches which inspired the famous scientist his famous theory. Animals not being afraid of man, it is a real paradise for photographers. This cruise continues with an immersion in the Choco andino, a biogeography region with extreme biodiversity where Hummingbirds, Tanagers, Toucans, Andean cock of the rock, etc. are available to us.


Annuaire des Journalistes-écrivains pour la Nature et l'Ecologie 2021

Annuaire des Journalistes-écrivains pour la Nature et l'Ecologie 2021

  Author : Bruno Pambour
  Publisher : JNE