Sounds of the Amazon

Aired on October 2, 2011

Join us as we immerse ourselves in the captivating Sounds of the Amazon. On our first day in the Amazon rainforest, just south of Leticia, Colombia, we set out to explore the majestic surroundings in small wooden canoes. As we paddled through the lush waterways, we were reminded that countless eyes were watching us, even when we couldn’t see them.

The Amazon is teeming with hidden wildlife and the vibrant sounds of nature. This adventure allowed us to experience the mysterious and enchanting atmosphere of one of the world’s most biodiverse regions.

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  • Tonya Fitzpatrick, Esq., is a co-founder of World Footprints, a social impact travel media company that she runs with her husband, Ian. She is an award-winning journalist, global public speaker, and three-time TEDx presenter who has written for several prominent publications including the Miami Herald, AAA World, The Lens and Island Soul. Recognized as Black Travel Journalists of the Year alongside Ian, Tonya serves on several travel industry boards, including SATW, The Explorers Club (DC chapter), NATJA, and JourneyWoman. She has also been appointed to the Maryland Tourism Development Board by Governor Wes Moore.