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Cuban Tody (photo Jean Kirkwood)
May 30, 2017
Do you tick heard-only birds?
By Chris Lotz www.birdingecotours.com This is a topic we would sincerely love your comments on – please do e-mail us at info@birdingecotours.com and let us have your opinion on the matter!   &n ...
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Sooty Albatross (photo Francois de Plessis)
May 23, 2017
The Famous Birding Cruise to Nowhere – Flock at Sea 2017
by John Kinghorn “GREY PETREL COMING DOWN PORTSIDE FROM THE BOW” were the words blasting through the miniscule speaker on the guides’ radios. This was of course followed by a stampede of eager, ...
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Shy Albatross (Thalassarche cauta) is present throughout the year
June 20, 2016
Pelagic Birding with Birding Ecotours
  Pelagic Birding is a rather specific ‘art’ or aspect of birding, and it basically refers to an ocean-going trip taken on a boat in search of true ocean-going species, such as albatrosses, p ...
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Immature White-crowned Sparrow
March 17, 2017
MONHEGAN ISLAND MAINE
A Simply Wonderful Birding Destination By Bob Schutsky   This is a regularly scheduled tour offered by our sister company, BIRD TREKS. Twelve miles off the coast of central Maine lies Monhegan Is ...
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March 14, 2017
Breaking news: Birding Ecotours opens a US office and starts offering more North American birding tours
We hereby announce two very exciting pieces of news, both of them related. First, that we’re opening a formal office of Birding Ecotours in Ohio, specifically in Dublin, which is part of Columbus, o ...
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youth africa birders
February 16, 2017
A race against time: funding the fight against bird killing
by Jessleena Suri Israel is a haven for birds and birders alike. Israel during migration season is something else altogether. Down in southern Africa we don’t get to experience the marvel that is ma ...
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Title 1. LBJs
January 16, 2017
Chamberlain’s Field Guides – LBJs and Waders of southern Africa
By John Kinghorn   It is not often that one would associate a well-known local hardware store with the publication of some of the southern African subregion’s most informative field guides, qui ...
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Cardinal Myzomela
December 15, 2016
Birding the Pacific: New Caledonia, Fiji, and Samoa
This October Birding Ecotours tour leader and guide Andy Walker led a custom Pacific Tour around New Caledonia, Fiji, and Samoa. This custom tour followed our scheduled departure Pacific Tour itinerar ...
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Cape Clapper Lark
October 4, 2016
A “larky” spin through the Northern Cape of South Africa
By Jason Boyce   Larks, larks, larks … and more wonderful larks! The arid Northern Cape of South Africa is very well known for many wonderful species of larks, including seven species considere ...
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Marvelous Spatuletail by Ken Logan
August 4, 2016
Hummingbirds of Peru – Marvelous Spatuletail and more than 40 other hummingbirds in three days?
By Eduardo Ormaeche Birding is amazing, no matter where you go and what kind of birds you prefer. For me, highlights are walking down a montane forest road such as the incredible Manu Road in Peru or ...
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