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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.
Peru - The Northwest: Tumbes, Abra Patricia, and the Marañon, Jul 2-15, 2015, with Fabrice Schmitt and Rich Hoyer -- We’ll begin in the Tumbesian region, isolated between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes, travel... added October 2014 (more)
Indonesia: Sulawesi and Halmahera, Aug 28 - Sep 17 2015, with Susan Myers -- The Indonesian province of Sulawesi, formerly known as the Celebes, is the large, rather odd-shaped... added June 2014 (more)
The stunning Steller’s Eider is a feature of James Lidster’s winter tour to Estonia
Photo: Jari Peltamaki
We are sending this note from the legendary Cape Horn, at the extreme southern tip of South America. We are now heading towards... (more)
Yesterday began with fabulous views of the improbably patterned Chestnut-sided Shrike-Vireo, and ended with stunning views of a... (more)
Extremely pleasant weather, plenty of great birds, and some emotionally intense wildlife encounters outlined the Baja California... (more)
You might think, if you believe the news, that West Africa is a no-go area. Thankfully birders know better and once again we were... (more)
Limited space is available on the following confirmed early 2015 tours.
Portugal in Spring with João Jara - A scenic, short tour with a fine selection of birds including Great Bustard and many migrants. Begins April 15.
Spain: Birds and Art in Catalonia with Rick Wright and James Lidster - A leisurely tour based at a single hotel with a rich mix of culture, cuisine, and resident & migrant birds. Begins April 18.
Spain the Grand Tour with John Muddeman and James Lidster - Rural Old World charm and some of the best birding in the Mediterranean, including the highest concentration of raptors in Europe. Begins April 25.
WINGS organizes private tours worldwide. Details here.
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