Porque a nosotros también nos importa lo que ocurre con nuestro planeta y hacemos lo que podemos para detener el cambio climático, aquí nos hemos reunido una vez más ungrupo de amigos caleños y caleñas, dispuestos a incluir en nuestras vivencias a todos los demás locos de tumblr que quieran unirse, bien sea de cali, del valle del cauca, o de Colombia entera. La confianza es la que reina entre nosotros y es hermoso poder compartir otro tipo de espacios con ellos.
An agreement on the framework for a Joint Plan of Action on Iran’s nuclear enrichment program in early April marked a major step forward. However, mid-month, Colombia’s peace process suffered a serious blow when Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) fighters killed government soldiers in an ambush; and fighting resumed in Ukraine between the military and separatist forces. The announced end of Saudi Arabia’s five-week airstrike campaign in Yemen on 21 April brought few tangible results: missile strikes continued as the humanitarian situation became increasingly dire. Violent protests erupted in Burundi late month ahead of crucial presidential elections in June, and in Chad where popular discontent spilled over into violence. South Sudan and Kashmir saw their worst violence in months, while an earthquake in Nepal on 25 April killed thousands, amid the country’s ongoing political impasse.
The Paradise Tanager, Tangara chilensis (Passeriformes - Thraupidae), has an amazing plumage and one of the most colorful of all birds; it is indeed as colorful as a painter’s palette. The color pattern of these birds is unmistakable, they measure between 13 and 14 cm, and both sexes are similar.
The Paradise Tanager inhabits rainforests of South America (Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana; Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela), and is widely distributed throughout Amazonia.
Currently categorized as Vulnerable species according to the IUCN Red List, populations of the tiny harlequin toads of the species Atelopus spurrelli (Bufonidae), endemic to the tropical rainforest of Colombia, are declining due to a combination of human stressors such as agricultural expansion, including illegal crops, logging for human settlement expansion, pollution from fumigation of illegal crops and ongoing mining activities. In addition to that, those populations face the potential threat of chytridiomycosis.