TAILOR YOUR OWN NATURE & BIRDING TOUR! CHOOSE YOUR PREFERRED DATES OF TRAVEL! Why Should You Book this Private Tour for you or your family? Discover the amazing bird species of Colombia´s Western & Central Andes. Bird the Anchicaya Watershed, an area that inspired the first Bird ID guide for South America. Enjoy the feeders at KM 18, where more than 22 species of … Read More Tailored Bird & Natural History Tours in Colombia
TAILOR YOUR OWN PHOTO TRIP – CHOOSE YOUR PREFERRED DATES OF TRAVEL Why Should You Join This Expedition? For years we have been photographing and scouting the best photographic opportunities for birders and nature lovers in Colombia. This Tour will allow you to photograph at the Best Bird Feeder Sites in the country. And you will be able to travel in a small group, just with … Read More Tailored Bird Photo Tours in Colombia
In this episode we explore the top birds of the Choco Region in Colombia.
In this episode we travel to the Cauca Valley in Cali, Colombia. We unveiled the top ten birds at La Araucana Lodge, a hidden secret 45 min away from the city. The perfect place for birding and nature photography.
A new species to science has been discovered in Colombia, just 90 minutes from one of the lodges we regularly use in our expeditions. If you are interested in photographing this bird, we hope to be able to visit the site in 2020. The bird is locally called Dancing Antpitta because it has a habit of shaking back and forth, but also in honor … Read More A new species: The Dancing Antpitta
“In January 2019 we took a birdwatching trip with Colombia Photo Expeditions, operated by their Birding Partner Colombia Birdwatch, a recommendation from Kike Calvo, and we were treated to a fantastic sampling of the country’s bird species. All the locations and birding hotspots have been carefully curated by Christopher Calonje through the years, offering a great experience for new and seasoned birdwatchers alike. Our … Read More Testimonial: Colombia is a Spectacular Place
In a recent article on The Wilson Journal of Ornithology In-Press, authors Laura Mahecha, Nickole Villabona, Laura Sierra, David Ocampo, and Oscar Laverde-R. described the Andean Cock-of-the-rock (Rupicola peruvianus) as a frugivorous bird predator. “Cotingas are considered essentially frugivorous, but a few records suggest they might include small vertebrates in their diet, mainly during the breeding season.” In March 2015, the authors recorded a young … Read More The Andean Cock-of-the-rock are frugivorous bird predators