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If you’re an old hand, we hope our program is of interest. If you’re new to birding tours, you might find our essay “Choosing a Birding Tour” helpful.
Panama: Bocas del Toro and the Western Highlands, Nov 17-26, 2017, with Gavin Bieber -- The many mangrove-fringed islands of the Bocas del Toro Archipelago have long attracted those with a... (more)
Peru: Machu Picchu and the Manu-Kosñipata Road, Sep 10-21, 2017, with Rich Hoyer -- The awe-inspiring Incan ruins of Machu Picchu need no introduction, and any birding trip to this region... (more)
Upcoming guaranteed departures with limited space.
Seabird Cruise: San Fran to SE Alaska with Paul Lehman – A relaxing West Coast cruise with many exciting species such as Laysan Albatross, Kittlitz’s Murrelet, and perhaps a rarity or three. May 8 - 18.
Hungary Photographic Tour with Stu Elsom - A photographic land of castles, mountains and grasslands, Hungary hosts many sought-after species, including Great Bustard, Eastern Imperial Eagle and Ural Owl. One space remains. May 31 - June 10.
Maryland and West Virginia with Jon Dunn - More than 25 species of warbler at the height of breeding season, plus Civil War history and the scenic Appalachian Mountains. June 18 - 25.
Costa Rica in July with Rich Hoyer - This midsummer tour explores the super diverse Caribbean Slope and the Cerro de La Muerte highlands, rich in regional endemics and the fabled Resplendent Quetzal. July 23 - August 3.
WINGS organizes private tours worldwide. Details here.
No one could be blamed for choosing Resplendent Quetzal as their favorite bird on the Costa Rica in... (more)
The first WINGS Cuba tour under Jon Dunn’s leadership was birdy and fascinating. We saw... (more)
This gem of a Caribbean island, known for its excellent weather (which was wonderfully cool this year),... (more)
Signs of an early spring were apparent as we covered just under 1,000 miles of Nebraska’s (mostly)... (more)
The biogeography of this region is complex, with much still to learn, as we found out. Species ranged... (more)