Certainly one of the greatest ecological spectacles in the world is the
wintering of up to 20 million Monarch Butterflies — most of the North
American population — in a single area of forest in central Mexico. Along
with this wonderful sight, ... Read more...
The Lesser Antilles form a chain of small intriguing islands of the West
Indies, geographically separating the Atlantic Ocean from the Caribbean Sea.
Our birding tour will concentrate on two of the best, Dominica and St. Lucia;
each island has its... Read more...
On our birding tour to Oaxaca and southern Mexico, we can expect to see up to
45 endemics, plus 43 near-endemics to Mexico, large numbers of other tropical
species, and migrants from the United States and Canada. We visit several
biotic provinces,... Read more...
Panama with its very rich avifauna has quickly emerged as a top birding
destination. Panama is the transition zone between Central and South America.
It feels more “tropical” even than adjacent Costa Rica, with many
representatives of typical ... Read more...
Costa Rica is world-renowned as a birding destination and with good reason!
This small country hosts an incredible range of habitats and birds along with
very good infrastructure. If you have limited time or want a shorter tour,
this tour takes in... Read more...
Our Western Mexico birding tour offers a rich and diverse introduction to
tropical birding. The states of Colima and Jalisco harbor a diversity of
ecosystems, offering habitats from beaches to mountain forests on the two
peaks of the Volcanes del ... Read more...
Our Belize & Tikal birding tour visits three outstanding birding locations:
Crooked Tree, Hidden Valley and Tikal. Imagine awakening to Ocellated Turkeys
gobbling outside your door, Bat Falcons perched on a snag in the lodge
grounds, Ornate Hawk-E... Read more...
Cuba is a wonderful tropical island that boasts golden beaches, extensive
wetlands, subtropical rainforests and temperate mountains. It is home to 25
or more endemics, and on our Cuba birding tour, we have the chance to see
almost all of them. We ... Read more...
Costa Rica – the Rich Coast! Over 870 species of birds have been recorded
from this small country, renowned for relatively easy birding, comfortable
accommodation, good infrastructure, and peaceful policies. Costa Rica with
western Panama is a m... Read more...
Puerto Rico, a truly delightful island, has a marvelous array of different
habitats, from sandy beaches and mangroves to dry arid scrub forest and
surprisingly lush and verdant tropical montane forests. Puerto Rico has its
fair share of endemics, ... Read more...