Dusk in Wacoyo Indigenous Reserve

Resguardos Indígenas de Wacoyo, Meta
Habitat: Alluvial savannah
Recommended Charity: Red de Árboles

The sounds of nature in this audio were recorded in an indigenous reserve called Wacoyo, in Meta (Colombia) in the afternoon, and contains sounds of the insects coming out at 6pm (cicadas, crickets and fireflies). 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.

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