Visiting Bolivia in 1984, Guy fell in love with tropical forests.
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His studies of Horned Curassow in Amboró National Park and other Cracids in protected areas throughout the country in the '90s earnt him a position on IUCN's Cracid Specialist Committee and began a lifetime dedicated to birds and conservation. He furthered his understanding of birds and tropical biology in his two years with "Van" Remsen in Louisiana State University and in the field with birding legend Ted Parker. Guy now lives in San Pedro, Misiones, and is Birding Misiones' principal guide. He is active in local environmental programs, teaches English to future Park Guards and heads the local COA (Club de Observadores de Aves) - an Aves Argentinas-linked nationwide birdwatching network. The group recently received an equipment grant from the ABA BEX program.