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Jaime Garizábal, of Colombia, and Vanessa Sandoval, of Bolivia, have spent the summer thousands of miles from home, banding birds as part of the Park Flight program at Bandelier.
The pair will give an engaging and informative presentation about the birds, people, places and cultures of their respective countries, 7 p.m. Sept. 25 at the Pajarito Environmental Education Center.
Garizábal is a biologist from Colombia who has studied biodiversity and conservation of birds throughout his career. He has studied Red-bellied Grackle in Manu National Park in Peru, as well as the nesting ecology of endangered birds endemic to Colombia.
He has participated in projects involving nest searching and metabolic rates experiments, as well as mist-netting and traditional observational studies of birds.
Sandoval is a biologist from Bolivia who works with an NGO working on sustainable development for improving the quality of life in rural communities. Since she was young, she has had a passion for the natural world. She considers herself a lover of natural resources.
Sandoval’s profession focus is on ornithology and environmental education.
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