Aleteo #118: Conservation news from Colombia

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197 additional acres for the protection of the Santa Marta Parakeet
Now the El Dorado Reserve has an additional property located in the upper part of the Cuchilla de San Lorenzo. There are 197 acres of which 74 acres are grazing lands that were dedicated to livestock and the rest is composed of cloud forests and palms, the original habitat of the Santa Marta parakeet.

Now is possible to see the Blue-Billed Curassow thanks to the protected areas. 

Since August 2013 we have recorded the daily visit of two female and a male Blue-Billed Curassow (Crax alberti) in the vicinity of the cabin on The El Paujil Reserve. Since January the couple alternate foraging for food, which may mean a possible nesting, at the same time the second female also makes sporadic approaches.

Jardín’s goals for 2014 are the Reciprocal Agreements for Water
The Reciprocal Agreements for Water -ARAS- continue to promote the protection of the high Andean forests, watersheds and endangered species in the municipality of Jardín, Antioquia. The goal is to sign eight agreements with owners of significant water production for forested areas.

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One Response to Aleteo #118: Conservation news from Colombia

  1. Wow, this post is nice, my younger sister is analyzing
    such things, thus I am going to inform her.


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