Date created: May 6, 2006
Area: 188 hectares
Temperature: Between 39 and 75 °F
Ecosystem: humid montane forest
Weather: Tropical wet and dry
Altitudinal range: Between 1.900 – 2.600 AMSL
Key species: Ognorhynchus icterotis y Coeligena orina
The most important birds for conservation are the Yellow-eared Parrot (Ognorhynchus icterotis) and the Sun Hummingbird (Coeligena urine), among others.
The wildlife is very rich and varied, with mammals such as the Spectacled Bear (Tremarctos ornatus) and deer.
Within the characteristic vegetation of the Reserve there are populations of Wax Palm (Ceroxylon quindiuense) and a species of Passiflora endemic to the Garden area (Passiflora jardinensis).
It is located on Window Path, one hour from the urban area of the municipality of Jardín, Antioquia, on the road that connects this municipality with Riosucio, Caldas. It has an area of 188 hectares and has altitudes ranging from 1,900 to 2,600 AMSL. It is classified by the Alliance for Zero Extinction as an AZE site (See map).