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The Birding Community E-bulletin is distributed to active and concerned birders, those dedicated to the joys of birding and the protection of birds and their habitats. This issue is sponsored by the producers of superb quality birding binoculars and scopes, … Continue reading
Impressive records from camera traps in the Andean Parrots Conservation Corridor in the Central Cordillera Pumas, spectacled bears, pavas, tapirs, deers and antpittas have been captured by the camera traps installed in the ProAves Andean Parrots Birds Reserve and El Mirador … Continue reading
Our friends in Colombia have again broken new ground in the cause for avian conservation. Recently, ProAves engaged in an educational campaign aimed at a change in the annual observance of Palm Sunday, in which devout Catholics would recreate the … Continue reading
An important habitat corridor for Cerulean Warblers has been reforested in Colombia, thanks to efforts of an international team of conservationists and to the many private ranchers, cacao, and coffee farmers who sponsored shade tree plantings on their land. Learn … Continue reading
Back when I took Ornithology as an undergraduate, my knowledge of avian relationships had been formed primarily from the arrangement of species presented in Chandler Robbins et al.’s Birds of North America, ca. 1966. A new, exciting, and confusing world … Continue reading
Check out the latest from ProAves Colombia in Aleteo #127. Among other important stories, ProAves is celebrating 15 years of conservation festivals!
Check out the latest in Colombian Conservation from ProAves. I never cease to be impressed by the great work these people are doing to conserve biodiversity in one of the earth’s great hot spots. For example, they just added nearly … Continue reading
Check out the latest conservation news from ProAves.
The most bird-rich country in the world has just added three new species to its roster, bringing the total to an astounding 1903! Read all about it at Fundacion ProAves.
Aleteo #119 – conservation updates from ProAves, Colombia ProAves manages to recover part of the Ñambí River after oil spillIn 2009 the River Ñambí suffered a severe environment blow as a result of the illegal exploitation of oil that took … Continue reading
Welcome to Aleteo: conservation news from Colombia News The Yellow-eared Parrot Population continues to GrowDuring the monitoring conducted in 2013 in the town of Roncesvalles, Tolima, a Yellow-eared parrot population of 1,408 individuals was recorded, 190 individuals more than in 2012, … Continue reading
A camera trap confirms a tapir in a place tapirs were thought to have been extirpated! Check out this and other updates from ProAves here.
Conservationists working to reverse the negative population trend for the Cerulean Warbler have something to cheer about this week: the dedication of a new 672-acre reserve in Colombia. The American Bird Conservancy and ProAves have teamed up to take this … Continue reading
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