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Desde el crucero tomé esta imagen de Colombia, no pude pasear mucho ya que apenas subí al crucero me esguincé el tobillo y por tanto me gasté mis primeros días de vacaciones en sanatorios y luego silla de ruedas. Por suerte, la escayola transitoria no impidió la diversión !!

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La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

Colombia, La Florida

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

em Cartagena, Colômbia

(Ortalis colombianus) B28I1404 Tinamu Birding Nature Reserve - Colombia

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

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Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

Rainforest at dawn, Colombia

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

Em Cartagena, Colombia

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

Cartagena de Indias is the undisputed queen of the Caribbean coast, a historic city of superbly preserved beauty lying within an impressive 13km of centuries-old colonial stone walls. Cartagena's Old Town is a Unesco World Heritage Site – a maze of cobbled alleys, balconies covered in bougainvillea, and massive churches that cast their shadows across leafy plazas.

 

www.lonelyplanet.com/colombia/caribbean-coast/cartagena

Colombia

Pano made with 4 pics

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

Barichara, Colombia 26/12/2016

🆔 Acorn Woodpecker - Melanerpes formicivorus

©️ Naun Amable Silva

🌎 Valle del Cauca, Colombia

📅 March, 2020

📷 Canon 5D Mark IV - Canon 600mm

f/ 5.6 - 1/200 - iso 640

 

Untamed Birds of Colombia Expeditions

 

Colombia is the only South American country where this woodpecker can be found, and we had several chances to see and photograph them at a some of the sites on our Birds of Colombia Expedition.

 

Starting in Valle de Cauca around the city of Cali, we visit multiple sites specifically chosen for the birds that can be found and the photographic opportunities the sites provide. We then travel north, making stops at select sites, eventually spending several days around the incredibly diverse area of Manizales, Caldas.

 

While this trip only explores a small part of the worlds most bird diverse country, it is chock a block with with special species including Colombian endemics and other rare species!

 

Any questions about our Untamed Birds of Colombia Expedition?

 

We have a scouting trip planned later this year to explore yet more of Colombia and find more top bird photography sites.

 

So stay tuned!

Raquira, Colombia

Isla Grande, Colombia 5/1/2017

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

Santa Fe de Antioquia, Colombia. Photo taken by me in 1977 with a Nikon F camera. Analogue Photography.

 

Santa Fe de Antioquia is a municipality in the Antioquia Department, Colombia. The city is located approximately 58 kilometres (36 mi) north of Medellín, the department capital. Today It has a population of approximately 23,000 inhabitants.

 

Founded in 1541 by Jorge Robledo as Villa de Santafé on the western bank of the Cauca River, in 1545 it received the coat of arms and the title of City of Antioquia from King Philip II of Spain. It was elevated to the status of parish in 1547 by the bishop of Popayán. It changed its name in 1584 when it became the capital of Antioquia. It was a mining town from its beginnings and the gold mining operation has been the base of its economy.

 

In 1813 Antioquia was declared a sovereign and independent state with Santa Fe as its capital, a status it maintained until 1826, when Medellín was chosen as the new departmental seat. Due to the state of conservation of its colonial architecture, it was declared a national monument in 1960.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Fe_de_Antioquia

Ortalis columbiana (Colombian Chacalaca / Guacharaca)

 

La Ceja, Colombia; Central Andes; 2.300 meters above sea level.

 

Endemic to Colombia, as its name would suggest, and the only chachalaca within its now relatively limited range in the central (Cauca and Magdalena) valleys of the country. It is found in both humid and deciduous forests, but the species’ range and population are both almost certainly declining, and it survives only in pockets.

 

Source: Neotropical Birds Online: neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p...

 

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