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COLOMBIA - ANDES TOUR 2019

Eight intrepid Wingspanners made this a great tour, we visited part the Eastern, Western and Central Andes of Colombia. Logging over 420 species including over 50 species of Hummingbirds, 15 Wrens, 10 Woodpeckers and dozens of Tanagers. It was hard work at times and we had to cope with high altitude conditions, rain in the rain forest and hot weather in the dry forests, but we all survived and enjoyed a lovely tour. Colombia is beautiful, it has more birds than any other country on the planet, the butterflies and moths are truly amazing, come and join our next tour for a fantastic experience.

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