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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.
Colombia: The Santa Marta Mountains, Mar 21-29, 2015, with Fabrice Schmitt -- Colombia is well known for its great diversity of habitats and high level of bird endemism. This is... added June 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)
Many people think of the Amazonian lowlands as a uniform green ocean of forest but they are anything but uniform, and the Iquitos... (more)
The Central Australia tour was excellent this year. Our first leg around Adelaide took in Birdlife Australia's Gluepot Reserve,... (more)
Our tour got off to a cracking start with a sighting of a Pangolin walking along the roadside. We had only just set off when we... (more)
While Hurricane Norbert brought record amounts of rain to California and southern Arizona our 2014 Fall Migration in the Canyonlands... (more)
Our first butterfly and bird watching tour to the Kosñipata Valley of SE Peru, with Jim Brock co-leading as the butterfly... (more)
Limited space is available on the following confirmed November 2014 tours.
India: Goa with Paul Holt - Species endemic to peninsular and south India, large numbers of wintering birds from farther north and exquisite beaches and delicious food, all from a single, comfortable base. Begins November 8.
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. Begins November 9.
Argentina: The North - High Andes, the Chaco and Iguazú Falls with Ricardo Clarke and David Fisher - Chaco endemics, high Andean scenery, and the thundering spectacle of Igauzú Falls. Begins November 14.
Ghana with James Lidster and Robert Ntakor - Covering the white beaches of the Atlantic through dense rainforest to the open savanna of the Sahel, and including perhaps the world’s best canopy walkway and Yellow-headed Picathartes. Begins November 29.
WINGS organizes private tours worldwide. Details here.
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