Start Bucaramanga dating

Bucaramanga dating

I spotted 3 new species of hummingbirds, and I got that special tingle in my brain when I knew that these were birds I have never seen before. The last bird that required a bit of detective work for the day was a loud wren that I was lucky enough to see right before I left. w=1875 1875w" sizes="(max-width: 625px) 100vw, 625px" data-recalc-dims="1" /This week I was also able to do some city birding.

Overall the last week was fairly interesting from a bird watching perspective.

I have a German friend coming to visit on Sunday and we have quite a few days planned out in nature.

My first migrating warbler was seen at a day trip to Finca El Carajo just outside of Bucaramanga. Beryl Spangled Tanager, Green and Black Fruiteater, Black Capped Tanager and Blue Capped Tanager all greeted me with a swirl of bright and insane colors. They stayed mostly hidden but every now and then they allowed me a small glimpse, showing off a very very red little head atop their little bodies. On returning home I put on my Detective Hercule Poirot mustache and sat down to solve the mystery.

This ended up being one of my favorite stops Ive had in Colombia yet. There were shades of neon and vivid reds, and everything people would associate with Neotropic birding. When I got home I had one or two blurry horrible pictures of the birds but the call was etched firmly in my brain.

Its really an interesting little species and Im sad I didnt get to see more of. saw in spades that day was the Blue Capped Tanager!

These were basically everywhere at Finca El Carajo: Probably the hardest part of birding at El Carajo was the Hummingbird identification, particularly because it was an overcast day and the light was so low. w=1875 1875w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" data-recalc-dims="1" /The other two have been added to my ‘yet to be identified’ file and will most likely stay there til my brother arrives from the States at the end of the month with my field guide.

As luck would have it, a Blackburnian Warbler had decided to join the feeding party for the day. Beryl Spangled Tanager – El Carajo Bucaramanga " data-medium-file="https://i0com/ fit=625,522" class="wp-image-1596 size-full" src="https://i0com/ resize=625,522" alt="Beryl Spangled Tanager - El Carajo Bucaramanga" width="625" height="522" srcset="https://i0com/ As many online daters will tell you a lot of times what you see in person is nothing like what you see in the picture, but in my case it was a perfect match.

Blackburnian Warbler – Colombian Migrant " data-medium-file="https://i1com/ fit=625,619" class="wp-image-1594 size-full aligncenter" src="https://i1com/ resize=625,619" alt="Blackburnian Warbler Colombian Migrant" width="625" height="619" srcset="https://i1com/ I realized what I had seen was a Rufous Crowned Tody Flycatcher!

Una persona ante todo I am a quiet man, who like reading and keeping learning, i like the research and sports, out going, out doors, i like the sports, i have workout for many years, from teenager, now i keep work out obviously not like Soy una persona inteligente, dulce, romántica, sincera.

Soy una mujer muy atractiva que no aparienta su edad.

This lovely Golden Faced Tyrannulet still looked stunning in the dark: Golden Faced Tyrannulet El Carajo Santander Colombia " data-medium-file="https://i0com/ fit=625,569" class="wp-image-1600 size-full" src="https://i0com/ resize=625,569" alt="El Carajo Santander Colombia Golden Faced Tyrannulet " width="625" height="569" srcset="https://i0com/ At the end of the day (like a lonely singleton) I have decided to go with Black Whiskered Vireo until something better comes along, because there is really nothing else that works.