This two-CD publication includes vocalizations of many of the bird species found in the humid and wet lowlands and lower foothills of northwestern Ecuador. It contains 465 separate recordings of 253 species, many of them presented for the first time in an audio publication. The goal of this summary version is to present the more often heard, most typical and spectacular bird sounds to the broader public. The area covered belongs to the "Chocó Endemic Area", which extends northward into western Colombia. It supports an exceptionally rich birdlife and the highest number of endemic bird species of any biographic region in South America.
This CD is part of the Ecuador CD and cassette-serie published by John V. Moore Nature Recordings.
Characteristics of this MP3-CD
- 253 bird species of Ecuador.
- 465 recordings.
- 2 hours of bird sounds.
- 2 CD, with MP3 files with announcements ready for modern devices.
- Uses less than 1 GB on an MP3-player.
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