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TOUR OF THE CHAMICERO CUNDIBOYACENSE

Insignia species: Sunallaxis subpudica, Chamicero Cundiboyacense (silvery-throated Snetail)

It is an species of birds that lives in eastern Andes of the north Colombia, between the departments Cundinamarca and Boyaca. It lives between 2,000 and 3,000 msnm, in the edges of the mountain forests, bushes forests, scrubs and hedges. The population of the Cundiboyacense Chamicero has decreased significantly as a result of the transformation of its habitat by the human activity.

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From US$ 4,407.00
AGUILA CRESTADA
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TOUR MULTIECOSYSTEMS OF COLOMBIA

In Colombia there are more than 1937 species of birds. 79 have been cataloged as endemic. 193 as semi-endemic including 5 species for the isles (Source Institute of research of Biological Resources Alexander von Humbolt, 2018); besides 623 species of amphibians, 467 species of mammals, 3274 species of day lepidoptera, 518 species of reptiles and more than 4270 species of orchids resident in Colombia.

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Ortalis columbiana - Rafael Humberto Gonzalez Moreno
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GUACHARACAS TOUR

Flagship species: Colombian Ortalis: Andean Guacharaca (Colombian Chachalaca)

Andean Guacharacas, also known as Colombian pavones -turkey-, counts with three endemic species. The sighting route presented now provides a great experience in the sighting of this birds and an excellent possibility to photograph them. The group habits of “guacharacas”, as well as their songs that sound in the distance are characteristics that facilitate their identification in the field. The population of Guacharacas are limited to fragmented patches of the wet jungles, dry and wet tropical forests typical of the Colombian Andean regions.

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DEL PARAMO A LOS LLANOS TOUR

Flagship species: Coeligena prunellei, Inca negro (Black Inca)

Colombia is the country with more area of paramo in the world. Its capital Bogotá the fortune of being safeguarded by two off them: Chingaza paramo and Sumapaz paramo. These two paramos mark the division of waters turning towards to the inter Andean valley of the Magdalena river and towards the eastern planes. In the eastern side of paramo Chingaza there is an altitudinal gradient strongly marked in which, in 50 km on a straight line, we can descend from 3400 msnm to below 500 msnm, running a great variety of ecosystems which are holding home to a diversity of avifauna in the eastern plane piedmont. In the tour we observe typical birdlife of the paramo, the Andean forest, the eastern piedmont and the plains of the eastern planes of Colombia.

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AGUILA CRESTADA
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AGUILA CRESTADA TOUR

Flagship species: Spizaetus Isidori, Aguila Poma (Black – and chestnut Eagle)

The Mountain Real Eagle (Spizaetus isidori) is considered the rapacious most sensible to fragmentation and degradation in its habitat, because it presents low population densities and high requirements of territorial requirement (being necessary an area estimated of 10,000 ha of mature forest to keep a couple viable). It lives in zones that run from 1450 m.s.n.m; -meters over the sea level to 3500 msnm and distributes along the Andes, from the Colombia northeast to the North of Argentina, and is one of the birds of prey more threaten in all its distribution range.

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From US$ 4,517.00