On Tuesday, Chamiza continued flying to the north but did not go too far. She covered only 105 km (65 miles) before settling in for the night.
When she started out, she almost immediately passed out of the lowland Amazon jungles and moved into one of the higher elevation, fertile agricultural regions of Colombia. This area has been largely cleared and now supports a patchwork of farms, ranches and woodlots. Even though it is on the leeside of the Andes, it is a verdant area with no lack of rainfall. There is an extensive system of dirt roads with many buildings and houses sprinkled throughout the countryside.
Chamiza roosted within 413 meters (450 yards) of one of these houses in a small grove of trees.