Explore the Ibera plains by 4wd vehicle as the sun goes down. As with all wildlife rich areas, there are some species that prefer to be nocturnal and can only be spotted after dark. It is at night when predators come out to hunt and mark their territory such as the jacaré, the local name for caiman after spending the day lazing in the sun. Perhaps spot the glittering eyes of a gray fox, spot the shadowy silhouette of a graceful Brocket deer or hear the call of a maned wolf. The tiny chinchilla also comes out at night to forage as do wily raccoons or coatis. Other species you may be lucky enough to spot include owls and armadillos or even a Geoffroy’s cat. Listen to the sound of frogs and cicadas and enjoy the starlit skies, untainted by light pollution.