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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.
Sweden: Fall Migration at Falsterbo, Sep 4-12, 2017, with Evan Obercian -- The Scandinavian Peninsula is a vast region rich in birdlife. Every autumn, countless millions... added May 2016 (more)
Oregon: Woodpeckers, Owls and the Solar Eclipse, Aug 17-25, 2017, with Rich Hoyer -- We’ve added a special tour to coincide with a rare total solar eclipse. Skies are almost always... added June 2016 (more)
Limited space is available on these guaranteed departures.
Namibia with James Lidster - Dune Lark, Herero Chat, and other southern Africa specialties in a friendly, unique country with great roads, comfortable lodging, and delicious food. October 16 - 28.
Ethiopia: The Roof of Africa with Steve Rooke - This tour has an amazing combination of history, stunning scenery, and fascinating and easily accessible wildlife including 34 Ethiopian-Eritrean endemic birds. October 25 - November 11.
Ecuador: The South with Jon Feenstra - Excellent birding through many habitiats, including for range-restricted and endemic species such as Jocotoco Antpitta and El Oro Parakeet. November 7 - 23.
New Zealand, Island Endemics and Seabirds with Ian (Sav) Saville - Isolated, fantastical islands full of unique birds and breathtaking scenery. One space remains. Begins February 7.
WINGS organizes private tours worldwide. Details here.
Cocha Antshrike, here a female, can be found around Sani Lodge on our tour, Ecuador: The Amazon Lowlands
Photo: Steve N.G. Howell
The fall tour to the Pribilofs took place during a week of warm and sunny weather. A warm and sunny... (more)
The summer monsoon rains arrived in earnest during our tour; the creeks and rivers filled from the Santa... (more)
Another fantastic tour to Colombia! The group at Nevado del Ruiz Visiting the three cordilleras, crossing... (more)
Flawless weather and a nearly continuous parade of birds and animals on this year’s Mato Grosso... (more)