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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.
Alaska: Fall Migration at Gambell and the Pribilofs , Aug 29 - Sep 12 2014, with Gavin Bieber -- Birding on the Bering Sea outposts during the early autumn offers a variety of western Alaska specialties,... added February 2013 (more)
Georgia in Autumn: Migration Along the Black Sea, Sep 5-13, 2014, with Paul French and Giorgi Darchiashvili -- Georgia in autumn is a birding secret that needs sharing. The coastal town of Batumi is nestled in the... added January 2014 (more)
Peru: Butterflies and Birds, Sep 22 - Oct 3 2014, with Rich Hoyer and Jim Brock -- Rich Hoyer is well known for pausing to look at other creatures on his birding tours—mammals,... added April 2013 (more)
Starting with Little Penguin and ending today with Golden Dove, this remarkable trip visited New Zealand’s Kermadec Islands... (more)
Great weather, a fabulous ground crew, some superb scenery and fascinating cultural insights into this tiny Himalayan Kingdom. To... (more)
We have reached the coast now with an impressive species list. Today we saw 30+ Northern Bald Ibis (below), Audouin's Gulls, singing... (more)
We've started well, with displaying McQueen’s Bustards and up to 18 Cream-colored Coursers in the Negev Desert, plus a flock... (more)
Although islands in the Greater Antilles don’t hold the same diversity of species as mainland sites in the tropics, they have... (more)
Limited space is available on the following confirmed April-May 2014 tours.
Spain with John Muddeman - Rural Old World charm and some of the best birding in the Mediterranean, including the highest concentration of raptors in Europe. Begins April 26.
Belarus with Stuart Elsom – A long-closed Eastern European country with excellent birding opportunities, including chances for Aquatic Warbler and Great Snipe. Begins April 26.
Turkey with Yann Kolbeinsson and Emin Yogurtçuoglu as leaders – Birding the great crossroads where East meets West, with stunning scenery and special birds such as Caspian Snowcock and Kurdish Wheatear. Begins May 2.
Spring Migration in the Midwest with Jon Dunn – Experience the magic of spring migration with a chance for nearly all eastern Neotropical landbird migrants. Begins May 7.
WINGS organizes private tours worldwide. Details here.
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