In a hidden corner in the foothills of Cerro de Tatamá, we find these wonderful birds, some of them endemic. This condition makes it have some of the highest bird records in the entire country.
Tatamá is a geographical feature of the western Cordillera of the Andes, located at the vertex of three departments: Risaralda, Valle and Chocó. In ancient times it had snow at its peak of 4,250 meters above sea level. There are several access roads and one of them is the one that goes to San José del Palmar, a municipality located on the western slope of the Cerro where the forest has great influence from the Pacific.