Birding Colombia Tours Specialist
We are a Colombia birding Tours company with a great sense of respect for nature. Birds are our passion, our reason to be and that is why we are completely committed with our clients to offer them unforgettable Colombia tours.
Every time someone contacts us, we put on “birders’ shoes” in order to fulfil their expectations; we really care about birders’ wishes as we are birders too. We are very involved in guiding, we want our participants to really feel Colombia bird biodiversity and nature. We are not just taking people outside; we plan, design and guide people who appreciate the most value richness on earth: nature; and we value this.
We know our country, its birds, regions; people, traditions; we feel it, hear it, smell it, suffer it, enjoy it and most importantly love it. We want to share this great feeling and sense of belonging along with you.
Our birding tours in Colombia are always focused on Colombia specialities: endemic, near-endemic, threatened, range-restricted and charismatic species that you deserve to know and enjoy plus those new endemic birds that have been described to the science in the last pair of years in the country which we take into account while designing tours in the order you be updated about Colombia avifauna.
The native birding experience is open to anyone, from the flexible to the hardcore birders looking for some specific targets.
Colombia has many birding experiences to offer, you will love it, you will fall in love with its birds and everything around them, so welcome to the Eden of birding: Colombia, welcome to the Native Birding Colombia experience!
Tour Director | Lead Guide: Edwin D. Acevedo Lopera is a birding guide from the city of Medellín. He graduated from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in animal science, he has travelled all around Colombia regions working in many conservation projects. He has also birded extensively in Venezuela and guided in Perú. Edwin offers you the opportunity to experience endemics, range-restricted and astonishing birds across Colombia, including the great scenarios, culture and a friendly specialist birding company. He is currently a Member of Antioquia Society of Ornithology – Sociedad Antioqueña de Ornitología (SAO).
Iván Lau Lovera: Biologist and birding guide from Venezuela country. Iván arrived in Colombia a couple of years ago and then started intensively birding in all almost regions of the country, a very disciplined guy about bird identification and songs, he is a very active and committed birding guide in our country nowadays.
Raúl Esteban Goméz (The Fox): Graduated as forest engineer from Universidad Nacional de Colombia (the one using hat), thanks to his passion and degree he has travelled extensively around Colombia; birded also in Brazil and is fluent in Portuguese. Raúl is a great companion during guiding, especially in the Central Andes. He radiates very good vibes once you interact with him!
Ramón David Ruiz – Rada: An enthusiastic photographer and birding guide, specialised in environmental management; he is very active at looking for new spots for birding especially in the Central Andes. David recently recorded a number of the endemic and endangered Yellow-headed Brush-Finch near the metropolitan area of Medellin City, there were no records of this species in Antioquia department before.
Miguel Ángel Portura: A native indigenous birding guide from Mitú-Vaupés belonging to the Tucanos tribe, he has been trained by Etno-Aves Vaupés ONG and the local biologists in Mitú. He is undoubtedly one of the best local birding guide in the Amazonia region taking about identification and bird songs. Miguel is a great support in the field and also in the logistics for our Amazon region tours, he is the father of five children, skilled constructor, farmer and fisherman. In the near future, we will enjoy some of the cabins he has built in the middle of the jungle.
Omar Casas Cubides: This young guy belongs to the Cubeo indigenous community or tribe from Mitú-Vaupés. He demonstrates exceptional passion and commitment not only with birds but also his guiding, learning and keeping his culture and ancestral practices alive. His father is a “Sabedor” – the person in the indigenous community how knows about medicine plants, myths and ancestral traditions. Omar has been with us in the field and also in some logistic matters when we visit Mitú. Omar is in progressing to become an excellent birding guide not only in the Amazonia region; but also in the other regions of Colombia.
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