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Visiting the Feathered Guests at Güira Oga

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Güira Oga, Puerto Iguazú, ArgentinaGüira Oga, a refuge and rehabilitation center for injured animals tucked deep in the jungle off the main road to Parque Nacional Iguazú in northeastern Argentina, serves a virtuous purpose. The “guests” at this refuge have been rescued from roadside accidents, from traffickers’ inhumane shipping methods, and from owners who abandoned animals that were never intended to be pets. Before exploring the national park’s majestic waterfalls, I spent a couple of hours here, learning exactly how to re-train a wounded bird of prey to survive in the wild. Read more >

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I am a writer and editor with 25 years of experience in my field and 40 years of travel adventures.

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