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Conservación Colombiana

1 December, 2013

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Conservación Colombiana is a scientific journal launched in 2006 and published by Fundación ProAves. The main topic of the journal is the ecology and status of threatened bird species in Colombia.

Fundación ProAves has supported numerous conservation initiatives in the past and is encouraging its own researchers and others to convert informal reports and other publications into a more formal setting and make such materials available to a wider audience. Articles are published in Spanish and English.

Although a majority of the articles in the editions to date are by researchers who have been supported by, or who work with, ProAves, the editors welcome articles from researchers at other institutions and organizations.

Download on-line editions

List of the Birds of Colombia in Excel file

The editions of Conservación Colombiana published to date are available from Fundación ProAves, email The journal is sold at cost ($30.000 pesos / U.S.$10 per issue plus any postage costs).

Editions are available online and for purchase from ProAves at the address and email above. We would like to encourage people to subscribe to the journal (and encourage their libraries to do so).

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