Frank Shufelt posted a photo:  The genus Oxymoron contains four species referred to as "Bearded Helmetcrest". I selected this image to show the violet beard.  February 22, 2017, at Parque Nacional Natural de los Nevados, Caldas, Colombia. On this day we ascended to the park entrance at 4,100 meters (13,400 feet) above sea level in search of a few different species of birds that inhabit higher elevations. The weather was not in our favor. A dense fog limited visibility, while the wind, rain…

Frank Shufelt posted a photo: The genus Oxymoron contains four species referred to as "Bearded Helmetcrest". I selected this image to show the violet beard. February 22, 2017, at Parque Nacional Natural de los Nevados, Caldas, Colombia. On this day we ascended to the park entrance at 4,100 meters (13,400 feet) above sea level in search of a few different species of birds that inhabit higher elevations. The weather was not in our favor. A dense fog limited visibility, while the wind, rain…

Frank Shufelt posted a photo:  February 22, 2017, at Parque Nacional Natural de los Nevados, Caldas, Colombia. On this day we ascended to the park entrance at 4,100 meters (13,400 feet) above sea level in search of a few different species of birds that inhabit higher elevations. The weather was not in our favor. A dense fog limited visibility. Meanwhile, the wind, rain, and air temperature at +2 C (36 F) numbed our fingers, and the thin air inhibited our movement and agility.  We did manage…

Frank Shufelt posted a photo: February 22, 2017, at Parque Nacional Natural de los Nevados, Caldas, Colombia. On this day we ascended to the park entrance at 4,100 meters (13,400 feet) above sea level in search of a few different species of birds that inhabit higher elevations. The weather was not in our favor. A dense fog limited visibility. Meanwhile, the wind, rain, and air temperature at +2 C (36 F) numbed our fingers, and the thin air inhibited our movement and agility. We did manage…

The Republic of Panama is a Central American country that is located between North and South America. It shares borders with several countries including Costa Rica and Colombia. Panama City, the capital, is the largest city in the country with a population of over 3.6 million. Travel to Panama to explore the wonderful attractions home to this country.

Travel to Panama

The Republic of Panama is a Central American country that is located between North and South America. It shares borders with several countries including Costa Rica and Colombia. Panama City, the capital, is the largest city in the country with a population of over 3.6 million. Travel to Panama to explore the wonderful attractions home to this country.

Yarumal, Colombia, was once famed for its violence. Today, it’s famous for a   different reason: the largest population of Alzheimer’s sufferers in the   world

Yarumal, Colombia, was once famed for its violence. Today, it’s famous for a different reason: the largest population of Alzheimer’s sufferers in the world

Photo by @ErikaSkogg // The Pacific Ocean crashing into the wild jungle of Colombia's #Choco region. Undeveloped and rarely visited, this region harbors an incredible concentration of biodiversity including thriving populations of #humpback #whales that visit each year during calving season to have their babies before heading back to the southern tip of the continent.  #NatGeoOceansDay #Colombia

Photo by @ErikaSkogg // The Pacific Ocean crashing into the wild jungle of Colombia's #Choco region. Undeveloped and rarely visited, this region harbors an incredible concentration of biodiversity including thriving populations of #humpback #whales that visit each year during calving season to have their babies before heading back to the southern tip of the continent. #NatGeoOceansDay #Colombia

Bogotá D.C. is the Capital of Colombia with 6,778,691 inhabitants as of 2005. According to estimations the population would have risen to 7,363,782 by 2010. Bogotá and its metropolitan area, which includes municipalities such as Chía, Cota, Soacha, Cajicá, La Calera, Madrid, Funza, Mosquera, Tabio, Tenjo and El Rosal, has a population of around 12 million in 2014. ** Population: 7.88 million (2015)

Bogotá D.C. is the Capital of Colombia with 6,778,691 inhabitants as of 2005. According to estimations the population would have risen to 7,363,782 by 2010. Bogotá and its metropolitan area, which includes municipalities such as Chía, Cota, Soacha, Cajicá, La Calera, Madrid, Funza, Mosquera, Tabio, Tenjo and El Rosal, has a population of around 12 million in 2014. ** Population: 7.88 million (2015)

Bogotá is the Capital of Colombia with 6,778,691 inhabitants as of 2005. According to estimations the population would have risen to 7,363,782 by 2010. Bogotá and its metropolitan area, which includes municipalities such as Chía, Cota, Soacha, Cajicá, La Calera, Madrid, Funza, Mosquera, Tabio, Tenjo and El Rosal, had a population of around 8 million in 2010.

Bogotá is the Capital of Colombia with 6,778,691 inhabitants as of 2005. According to estimations the population would have risen to 7,363,782 by 2010. Bogotá and its metropolitan area, which includes municipalities such as Chía, Cota, Soacha, Cajicá, La Calera, Madrid, Funza, Mosquera, Tabio, Tenjo and El Rosal, had a population of around 8 million in 2010.

Villa de Leyvais a colonial town and municipality in theBoyacádepartment ofColombia part of the subregion of theRicaurte Province. The town is located 40km west of the departmental capitalTunjaand has a population of about 9600 people. It is "three and a half hours by car or bus from Bogotá." Located away from major trade routes in a high altitude valley of semi-desert terrain and with no mineral deposits nearby to exploit the town has undergone little development in the last 400 years. As a…

Villa de Leyvais a colonial town and municipality in theBoyacádepartment ofColombia part of the subregion of theRicaurte Province. The town is located 40km west of the departmental capitalTunjaand has a population of about 9600 people. It is "three and a half hours by car or bus from Bogotá." Located away from major trade routes in a high altitude valley of semi-desert terrain and with no mineral deposits nearby to exploit the town has undergone little development in the last 400 years. As a…

Villa de Leyva is a colonial town and municipality, in the Boyacá department of Colombia, part of the subregion of the Ricaurte Province. The town is located some 40 km west of Tunja and has a population of about 9,600 people.

Villa de Leyva is a colonial town and municipality, in the Boyacá department of Colombia, part of the subregion of the Ricaurte Province. The town is located some 40 km west of Tunja and has a population of about 9,600 people.

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