This video says about itself:
Birds of Colombia, 67 species. Filmed during a birding trip in November/December 2019. Guides: Sander Bot and Roger Rodriguez Ardila.
With more than 1900 species, Colombia is the most bird-rich country in the world. This video therefore only gives a superficial impression of what Colombia has to offer for bird watchers.
Birds shown: Andean Motmot, White-tipped Quetzal, Masked Trogon, Black-billed Mountain-toucan, Andean Cock-of-the-rock, Black-chested Jay, Red-bellied Grackle, Saffron Finch, Yellow-headed Manakin, Vermilion Cardinal, Bananaquit, Rufous-tailed Hummingbird, White-necked Jacobin, Long-tailed Sylph, Black-tailed Trainbearer, Sparkling Violet-ear, Indigo-capped Hummingbird, Buff-tailed Coronet, Fawn-breasted Brilliant, Black-throated Mango, Steely-vented Hummingbird, Tourmaline Sunangel, Andean Emerald, Brown Violet-ear, Buffy Hummingbird, Great Sapphirewing, Thick-billed Euphonia, Blue-naped Chlorophonia, Blue-winged Mountain-tanager, Buff-breasted Mountain-tanager, Flame-rumped Tanager, Crimson-backed Tanager, Blue-grey Tanager, Summer Tanager, Scrub Tanager, Palm Tanager, Orinoco Saltator, Lineated Woodpecker, Crimson-crested Woodpecker, Red-crowned Woodpecker, Acorn Woodpecker, Chestnut-crowned Antpitta, Santa Marta Antpitta, Brown-banded Antpitta, Band-tailed Guan, Black-and-white Owl, Northern Crested Caracara, Yellow-headed Caracara, Double-striped Thick-knee, Vermilion Flycatcher, Forest Elaenia, Dwarf Cuckoo, Rufous-collared Sparrow, Russet-throated Puffbird, Tropical Mockingbird, White-capped Dipper, Black-billed Thrush, Great Thrush, Roseate Spoonbill, Bare-faced Ibis, American Coot, Bare-eyed Pigeon, Eared Dove, Ruddy Ground-dove, Scaled Dove, White-tipped Dove and Pauraque.
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