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viernes, 6 de abril de 2012

BIRDING SITES- Sumapaz National Park

Endemic- Apolinar's Wren - Target Bird from Sumapaz Paramo

Sumapaz National Park

Sumapaz Paramo (Spanish) Páramo de Sumapaz - meaning "Utterly peacefulmoor land" ) is a large páramo ecosystem located in the Altiplano Cundiboyacensemountain range, considered the largest páramo ecosystem in the world.It was declared aNational Park of Colombia in 1977 because of its importance as a biodiversity hotspot and main source of water for the most densely populated area of the country, the Bogotá Savannah 

TAwny antpitta @ Bogota Birding

Sumapaz is home to several species of mammals: Little Red Brocket Deer, tapir, coati, golden eagle, torrent duckl also
and endemic and target  birds as: Apolinar's Wren, Bogota Rail, Bearded Helmecrest, Bronze Tailed Thornbill, Chestnut Winged Cinclodes, Many Striped Canastero, Andean Tit Spinetail, Paramo Seed-eater, Plain Coloured Seedater 
 inhabit the area, and a trip to Sumapaz  usually include encounters with all  these species. The rock faces are superb for raptors and owls (Black Chested Buzzard Eagle). Many smaller bird species are breeding around the Frailejones Plants during the summer (July to August)

Black Chested Buzzard Eagle @ Bogota Birding

Bronze Tailed Thornbill- Video Bogota Birding

National Park Sumapaz- @ Bogota Birding

Green Bearded Helmecrest  (Oxypogon guerinii) @ Bogota Birding 

Bearded Helmecrest - Video Bogota Birding

Apolinar's Wren @ Bogota Birding

Green Bearded Helmetcrest (Oxypogon guerinii) @ Mauricio Rueda

Chestnut Winged Cinclodes @ Bogota Birding

Many-striped Canastero (Asthenes flammulata)

NEAR ENDEMI- Bronze-tailed Thornbill (Chalcostigma heteropogon)

ENDEMIC - Bogota Rail (Rallus semiplumbeus)

ENDEMIC - Bogota Rail (Rallus semiplumbeus)

Endemic- Apolinar's Wren

Juan Pablo  during birding tour at Sumapaz with James and Thomas