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Sponsored by Natural History Travel and Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Sun, Feb 10, 2013 - Wed, Feb 20, 2013
Location: South America
Instructor: Elissa Landre - Director, Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
Members: Adult $3800.00
Nonmembers: Adult $3800.00
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A paradise for birders, Colombia has the highest bird species count of any country in the world, with well over 1800 species. The diverse topography includes three Andean Cordilleras, two inter-Andean valleys, the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers, the Pacific and Caribbean Coasts, and the rich Chocó biogeographical region, which all add up to one of the most complicated topographies in South America.
Our exciting route includes: Aburra Valley (Valle de Aburra), a lush pre-montane/montane ecosystem, the cloud forests of Alto de Ventana and Rio Blano areas, volcanic peaks, and the Otun River area. Now a very popular destination for birders, Colombia is a beautiful country with friendly people.
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For more information, contact:
Natural History Travel
208 South Great Road
Lincoln, MA 01773
Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
280 Eliot Street
Natick, MA 01760