Neotropic Birding Adventures: Colombia - Online

Sponsored by Mass Audubon Education
December 1, 2020 (Tuesday) 9:00-10:00am








Nonmembers can join today during checkout and take immediate advantage of member prices.

A paradise for birders, Colombia has the highest bird species count of any country in the world, with well over 1,800 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. Explore the beautiful nature and culture of this country without having to leave your couch.

Presenter: Elissa Landre, Community Advocacy and Engagement Manager for Mass Audubon, is an ornithologist who has led natural history tours and done volunteer service work in many parts of the world.

Travel around the world birding from the comfort of your home this winter. Cozy up with a warm drink and learn about the incredible bird life found in the neotropics, consisting of Central America, South America, and the Caribbean Islands. These areas bordering the Equator are rich in avian biodiversity.

Mass Audubon's international tour guides will take you on a virtual tour of these areas and the fascinating bird world found there.

Join us for one, some or all!

Instructions and Directions:

24 hours before program start you will receive login information and instructions to join this program via Microsoft Teams.

Registration is required.
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Mass Audubon Education
208 S Great Rd
Lincoln, MA 01773
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