Co-Founder - Photographer – Herpetofauna Guide
Alejandro has a degree in Biology and Environmental Education and a Master's degree in biological sciences. For over 10 years, he has honed his skills in order to research and learn about Herpetofauna in several regions of the country.
Wild Fauna Guide
Juan Camilo is a biologist; he has lived all his life in the countryside surrounded by nature. He was an environmental interpreter at the Matecaña Zoo in the city of Pereira; where he was able to reinforce his understandings of the natural world and was filled with the desire to make his professional career his way of life.
Cristian is a biologist in the coffee zone of Colombia (Universidad del Quindío). He has been involved in the creation of taxonomic files for the catalog of amphibians and reptiles of Colombia and has published scientific articles on the ecology of Herpetofauna. Cristian is passionate about nature photography, especially macro photography.
Birdwatching and Culture Guide
Luisa’s interest in birds began in 2010 when she began her biology career at the University of Quindío and it was ratified thanks to volunteering done in the National Aviary of Colombia, wheres he created a great affinity with the Parrot species. Currently, she is a founding member of the ornithology group of the University of Quindío (GOUQ), where she has acquired great knowledge concerning the birds of the coffee region. Luisa has contributed knowledge and research to the ecology of high Andean Parrot endangered populations.