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In a hidden nook in the foothills of the Hill of Tatamá we found these wonderful birds, some of them endemic. This condition makes this place to have one of the highest rates of birds of the country.
Tatamá is a geographical feature of the western Cordillera of the Andes. It is located in the join point of three departments: Risaralda, Valle y Chocó. In remotes times, the top, of 4.250 m.s.n.m, was cover in snow. Additionally, there are different ways of accessing to this place and one these is the way to San José del Palmar, which is a municipality situated on the western hillside; this forest has a big influence of the pacific.