Indigenous Group Mirana (Also known as: Miraqa, Miranha, Miranya, Bora-Miraqa)
Location Colombia, Lowland Colombia, Providence of Igaraparana, Predio Putumayo, Miriti-Parana, Cahuinari and Caqueta rivers
Estimated Population 445 (1998, ISA)
Environment Tropical / Forest
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture / Fishing / Hunter / Gatherer / Handicraft Sales
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Bora
Witotoan, Boran
Alternate names: Boro
Dialects: Mirana (Miranha), Bora
Website URLs National Park Natural Cahuinarm
Native American Indians today, Geographical And Demographic Situation
Documenting the Languages of the People of the Center, Especially Bora and Ocaina
Miranha of Brazil and Columbia
Diccionario Biling|e Muiname-Espaqol, Espaqol-Muiname
Sounding of Bibliographical Sources On Languages of Interfluvio Caqueta-Putumayo 2. Parque Nacional Natural Cahuinarm
Secuestran native in National Park Cahuinarm
List of Indigenous Peoples of Columbia
Classification of the Languages Indigenous to Colombia
A Stem Based Ethnobotanical Quantification of Potential Rainforest Use by Miraqa in NW Amazon
Indigenous Environmental Planning and Participatory Conservation in Colombia
Reclaiming Tradition to Save a Giant Turtle: Conservation Media Center
Colombia: Sustainable Crafts
The structure and use of shape-based noun classes in Miraqa (North West Amazon)
ITTO and Totally Protected Areas
The Foundation Gaia Amazon
Ethnologue: Bora, A Language of Columbia
NGOs Organizacisn Nacional Indmgena de Colombia (ONIC)
Indigenous Association Bora Miraqa (PANI)
Gaia Amazonas