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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)
Cocha Antshrike, here a female, can be found around Sani Lodge on our tour, Ecuador: The Amazon Lowlands
Photo: Steve N.G. Howell
Wonderful scope views of singing Henslow’s Sparrow and Connecticut Warbler have been among highlights... (more)
We are coming to the end of our first tour. What a fabulous place, with hundreds of Bee-eaters coming... (more)
We just wrapped up a fun week exploring from Fort Myers to Key West. We started with a day in... (more)
One of the participants from the regular Costa Rica in Spring tour requested an extra three days of... (more)
Limited space is available on these guaranteed departures.
Ecuador: Amazon Lowlands with Steve Howell - Amazonian lowland birding richness from a very comfortable base. August 6 - 14.
Alaska: Fall Migration at Gambell & the Pribilofs with Gavin Bieber - The ultimate birding destination in North America. Scores of seabirds compete with high potential for post-breeding Asian vagrants in a very remote corner of the planet. August 26 - Sept 3. Pribs to Sept 9.
Georgia in Autumn: Migration Along the Black Sea with Paul French and Giorgi Darchiashvili - An Old World migration spectacle exploring many habitats along the shore of the Black Sea. August 26 - September 3.
Chile: Tierra del Fuego to the Atacama Desert with Fabrice Schmitt and Steve Howell - Birding the breadth of this spectacular country, from southern rainforests and coastal glaciers to the northern Atacama desert. One space remains. Begins November 1 - 17.
WINGS organizes private tours worldwide. Details here.