David Haelterman: Farallones de Cali National Park on its flank going down to the Pacific Ocean in the biogeographical Choco region. Biodiversity hotspot. Forests full of life, wetness and impressive landscapes. Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Biodiversity hotspot and conservation priority ! Super wet tropical rainforest, full of exotic plants such as palms, orchids, Bromeliads, Gesneriads and Aroids in what is part of the biogeographical Choco region but in Valle del Cauca department, Colombia
David Haelterman: The really nice Passiflora affine trisulca, Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Flower of the really nice Passiflora affine trisulca, Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Flower seen from sideways of the really nice Passiflora affine trisulca, Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Focus on the flower of the really nice Passiflora affine trisulca, Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Side view of the flower of the really nice Passiflora affine trisulca, Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: General view of the really nice Passiflora affine trisulca, Valle del Cauca department, Colombia. This picture has been taken with the cell phone.
David Haelterman: Lehmann's Frog, Red-banded Poison Frog or Harlequin Poison Frog (Oophaga lehmanni) in situ, critically endangered species, endemic from Colombia. Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Focus on Lehmann's Frog, Red-banded Poison Frog or Harlequin Poison Frog (Oophaga lehmanni) in situ, critically endangered species, endemic from Colombia. Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Focus on Lehmann's Frog, Red-banded Poison Frog or Harlequin Poison Frog (Oophaga lehmanni) in situ, critically endangered species, endemic from Colombia. Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Cattleya lueddemanniana var. semi alba "Cerro Verde" . One of my favorites in my orchid cultivation. It flowers for the first time here in Colombia after 3 years growing it from 3 small pseudobulbs divided from the mother plant. Pic with the cell phone.
David Haelterman: Not easy to film because it is pretty elusive. The Cauca Guan (Penelope perspicax), endangered and endemic species from Colombia. shouting in the forest. Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Phragmipedium longifolium ( "lady's slipper" ) flowering in situ during an orchid observation tour I guided in Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Video of Cleistes costaricensis, terrestrial orchid observed in situ at 2300 m asl in Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Another great new find. Flower of the miniature orchid Lepanthes affine schizix in situ, new botanical register for Valle del Cauca department and second one for Colombia.
David Haelterman: Another great new find : Lepanthes affine schizix, miniature orchid flowering in situ, new botanical register for Valle del Cauca department and second one for Colombia.
David Haelterman: Sparkling Violet-ear (Colibri corruscans), big sized hummingbird (13 cm) distributed from Venezuela and Colombia until Argentina from 1300 to 3600 m asl. Here at 3000 m asl in Cundinamarca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Sparkling Violet-ear (Colibri corruscans), big sized hummingbird (13 cm) distributed from Venezuela and Colombia until Argentina from 1300 to 3600 m asl. Here at 3000 m asl in Cundinamarca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Sparkling Violet-ear (Colibri corruscans), big sized hummingbird (13 cm) distributed from Venezuela and Colombia until Argentina from 1300 to 3600 m asl. Here at 3000 m asl in Cundinamarca department, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Flower of Clusia columnaris (Clusiaceae family) in situ, Meta department, Colombia. Distribution: Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, Brazil and Bolivia.
David Haelterman: Magnificent Clusia columnaris (Clusiaceae family) flowering in situ, Meta department, Colombia. Distribution: Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, Brazil and Bolivia.
David Haelterman: Group of Yellow-crowned Parrot or Yellow-crowned Amazon (Amazona ochrocephala) in the Macarena region, Meta department, Colombia. During a nature tour I guided for Nature Experience travel agency. https://www.nature-experience-group.com/en/
David Haelterman: Yellow-crowned Parrot or Yellow-crowned Amazon (Amazona ochrocephala) in the Macarena region, Meta department, Colombia. During a nature tour I guided for Nature Experience travel agency. https://www.nature-experience-group.com/en/
David Haelterman: Chestnut-fronted Macaw (Ara severus) in the Macarena region, Meta department, Colombia. During a nature tour I guided for Nature Experience travel agency. https://www.nature-experience-group.com/en/
David Haelterman: Video of Epidendrum chartacifolium (Orchidaceae family) flowering in situ in Serrania de la Macarena, Meta department, Colombia. Distribution: Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Surinam, French Guyana and Brazil from 180 to 1680 m asl.
David Haelterman: "Earthquake in Popayan", artist : Fernando Botero. Botero Museum, Bogota, Colombia.
David Haelterman: "The thief", artist : Fernando Botero. Botero Museum, Bogota. Colombia.
David Haelterman: Botero museum, Bogota, Colombia.
David Haelterman: Urban visions, Bogota, Colombia