Songbirds from all over the world are taking part in a competition to be crowned the champion of singing.
About 600 of the creatures flew to Columbia to take part in the event - where are marked on feathers and colour as well as their voices.
Some birds spent a year getting ready for the contest but they were given just 15 minutes to impress the judges.
One bird owner, Carlos Oliveros, said: "We train them so that they can go before a judge and quietly sing."
Experts say Columbia is the bird capital of the world as it is home to more than 1,500 species of birds.