Day 11 – In the Llanganates National Park

Martin-Immanuel Bittner, interpreter, park ranger of the Llanganates Nationalparks (f.l.t.r)

One sub-project of the expedition is an exploratory interview study with the local population. Here Martin-Immanuel speaks with the help of an interpreter to a park ranger of Llanganates National Park.

Christian was able to continue his ornithological excursions in the national park today and, amongst others, was able to observe an Andean condor (Vultur gryphus).

The Ecuadorian ornithologist Carlos Díaz is supporting him in the ornithological observations around the reservoir in Llanganates National Park.

Andean condor (Vultur gryphus)

Large-scale landscape changes are one of the symptoms of the Anthropocene – even in the tropics. Where forests once stood, agriculture now dominates in many places.

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