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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)
Swainson’s Warbler is one of more that 25 species of breeding warblers usually seen on our tour, Maryland and West Virginia: Birding the Civil War.
Photo: Jon Dunn
Had anyone told me that we would see two male Black-billed Capercaillies, next to the road, mid afternoon,... (more)
Our tour coincided with a period of unseasonably cool weather, with frequent overcast and even some... (more)
The thought of watching Arctic migration while wearing a t-shirt and sunglasses wasn’t one that... (more)
Limited space is available on these guaranteed departures.
South Africa with Steve Rooke - Almost 100 endemic or near-endemic birds plus spring wildflowers in the desert. Birding experiences range from the dry scrub of the Kalahari to coastal marshes to offshore currents with large congregations of seabirds. September 3 - 17.
Arizona and Utah with Jake Mohlmann - Breathtaking southwestern landscapes and exciting birdwatching. One space remains. September 6 - 18.
New Jersey: Cape May with Evan Obercian - Unbeatable fall migration birding in one of North America’s top birding locations. Begins September 18 - 24.
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.