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For Immediate Release:
January 08, 2014
Media Contact:
Cathy Guerra

Free Presentation ''The Birds of Colombia'' at A.D. Barnes Park Nature Center

(MIAMI, January 8, 2014) - Miami-Dade Parks EcoAdventures, in collaboration with Colombia Wild Ecotours, will provide a free presentation “The Birds of Colombia” at A.D. Barnes Park Nature Center on Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 at 6:30 pm. The presentation of Colombia’s birds will take you from coastal eco-systems to subalpine forests, featuring some of Colombia’s prime forest reserves and its birds. 

Despite its relatively small size, Colombia is the second most biologically diverse country on Earth, home to about 10 percent of the world's species. This biodiversity results from Colombia's varied ecosystems. Not surprisingly, it supports the highest number of Birds in the world...1903 and counting! 

For more information, please visit or call 305-365-3018. 

About Colombia Wild Ecotours

Colombia Wild Ecotours is an independent and privately owned company born out of a combination of a love of Colombia's landscapes, peoples, and fauna, and a desire to actively work with and support local communities offering birding tours to all of Colombia's birding hotspots. 

The tours cater to birders of all skill levels and are carefully planned to get the most out of the birding Colombian experience. Colombia Wild Ecotours combines "must see" destinations with out-of-the way places to maximize the number of target species seen while enjoying Colombia's peoples, cultures, and landscapes.

About Miami-Dade Parks EcoAdventures

EcoAdventures, operated by the Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department, offers a wide-variety of naturalist-guided excursions that combine adventure, recreation, and natural history. Discover South Florida’s natural treasures as you kayak, snorkel, bike or hike in this remarkable sub-tropical environment. Tours are led by knowledgeable and experienced naturalist guides, who are recreation specialists with extensive knowledge of the environment. Excursions are conducted under the guidelines of “Leave No Trace,” a wilderness conservation ethic dedicated to teaching ways of reducing the visitor’s impact on natural areas and enhancing the visitor’s experience. For more information please visit