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Birds of Chiloé

Every November the arrival of migratory birds is celebrated with a bird festival, organised by CECPAN (Centro de Estudios y Conservacion del Patrimonio Natural). The migratory birds visit the island’s wetlands and estuaries every winter. Two endemic species of Chiloé are the Thorn-tailed Rayadito, and the Slender-billed Parakeet, but there[...]

pudus atravesando la carretera

Remember! A deer could be crossing the road and another being born in Chiloe.

Photo Source: Maximilano-Daigre Valdes (www.flickr.com) Our deer, the “Pudu puda”, a beautiful creature that inhabits the southern cone in Chile and Argentina, is listed as a species in danger of extinction and right now it is crossing our roads in the island of Chiloe. Also, it should be pointed out[...]

Darwin en Chiloe

Darwin’s Chiloé

Fuente Imagen:www.adelaidenow.com.au/dusty-corner-hid-charles-darwin-treasure/story-e6frea6u-1226246866734[/caption] Darwin explored Chiloé between 1834 and 1835, and recorded his experiences in the famous journal “The Voyage of the Beagle”. Amongst many other observations he made, he visited the Valdivian Rain Forest (a humid temperate rain forest) and wrote extensively about the Geology of the archipelago. On the[...]

corrientes oceanicas marinebio org oceans currents tides

La corriente de Humboldt

Fuente Fotografia: http://marinebio.org/oceans/currents-tides.asp La Corriente de Humboldt. La corriente de Humboldt posee la más alta productividad del ecosistema marino en el mundo. Además, es la zona de incomparable afloramiento de todo el planeta, moviendo las aguas de superficie lejos de la orilla y su sustitución por aguas frías de baja[...]


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