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Night at the Wacoyo Indigenous Reserve

Wind Is the Original Radio
Wind Is the Original Radio
Night at the Wacoyo Indigenous Reserve

This soundscape was recorded in an indigenous reserve called Wacoyo, in Meta (Colombia), after the sunset. You can hear insects from all over the valley.
The reserve has an extension of 8050 hectares, and it is inhabited by 31 communities of approximately 340 families. The climate is dry tropical, and its biome consists of an alluvial savannah.

Recorded by Nícolas Gutierrez García in Resguardos Indígenas de Wacoyo, Meta, Colombia is a completely free streaming service of 900+ nature sounds from around the world, offering natural soundscapes and guided meditations for people who wish to listen to nature, relax, and become more connected.

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