There are 1,300 bird species in the Amazon rainforest, accounting for one-third of all bird species in the world. The most common species include various macaws, toucans, owls, hoatzin, storks, falcons, egrets, kingfishers, vultures, parrots and parakeets. Additionally, there are 427 mammal species, 378 species of reptiles, and over 400 species of amphibians. The jaguar, capybara, howler monkey, sloth, anteater, and pink river dolphin are among the most common species. At up to 550 pounds, the green anaconda resides in the Amazon basin and is the largest snake in the world.
Join us for a day of sketching the wild beauty of the Amazon rainforest.
This virtual sketch event will be held on Saturday, April 23rd, beginning at 10am EDT and ending at 12pm EDT.
There are no fees. All drawing skills are welcome.
What you need to do:
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