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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)
Above Santiago we experienced the wonderful sceneries of the Andes while looking for (and finding!) Diademed Sandpiper-Plover, Grey-breasted... (more)
Highlights of this year’s Goa tour, our 15th to this balmy and hugely birdy South Indian paradise, were many and varied ... (more)
We're five days into 15 days of birding all across southern Ecuador. We began in the high country of El Cajas National Park, Part... (more)
The breeding grounds of Markham’s Storm-Petrel has been a well-kept mystery until very recently. Only one colony had been... (more)
Our 8th modern-day tour here was by far the wettest and grayest we’ve experienced but despite the fact that we saw rain in... (more)
Limited space is available on the following confirmed December 2014 and early 2015 tours.
China Southeast in Winter with Paul Holt and Wang Qingyu - Superb East Asian winter birding with highlights including five or six species of cranes, waterfowl including Lesser White-fronted Goose and Baikal Teal and a chance for the ultra scarce Spoon-billed Sandpiper. Two departures: December 8 and January 4.
Newfoundland in Winter with Jared Clarke - Winter birding from a delightful base. Possible Old World rarities top a delectable mix of alcids, gulls, and boreal forest birds. Begins January 11.
Arizona: A Winter Week in the Southeast with Jake Mohlmann - Spectacular SE Arizona winter birding from a comfortable base on the San Pedro River. Begins January 31.
Jamaica with Rich Hoyer and Ann Sutton - Twenty-seven endemic bird species and a host of Antillean and neotropical specialties, in atmospheric surroundings. Begins April 12.
WINGS organizes private tours worldwide. Details here.
Coming to southeastern Arizona and want guiding help for just a day or two? Find an excellent guide at AZ-Birding.