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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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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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Lesser Bird-of-paradise
March 11, 2016
See over 10 birds-of-paradise on a budget
Every birder dreams of seeing the world’s most beautiful birds, the incomparable birds-of-paradise! This dream is only made more intense after viewing documentaries such as “Attenborough in Paradi ...
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Burchell’s Sandgrouse-merrill
March 9, 2016
A 5-day twitch to Namibia
By Chris Lotz                       Burchell’s Sandgrouse (photo by Ian Merrill) ITINERARY Date Overnight Location 2 March Windhoek to Waterber ...
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October 5, 2015
Getting to know John Kinghorn
20-year-old John is Birding Ecotours’ youngest bird guide. But that’s not all – John is also the world’s youngest person to see 800 bird species in Southern Africa in one calendar year (and on ...
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Brown-capped Rosy-finch
September 3, 2015
Field Guides to North America: what to take into the field
Recommended Field Guides to North America Field guides covering North America, in this context, include Alaska, Canada, and the Lower 48 of the United States. It does not include Hawaii, Greenland, Be ...
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binoculars_MG_9896
June 15, 2015
Best Binoculars for Birding: Bigger not always better…
Every naturalist using binoculars has an opinion on magnification, and there is never a shortage of advice as to what constitutes the best magnification for safari goers and on a birding tour. Yet mag ...
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Violet-backed-Starling-by-Margaret-MacIver
April 21, 2015
Preparing for a birding tour – how to study the birds of a country you haven’t yet visited, to get the most out of your upcoming trip
Preparing for a birding tour – how to study the birds of a country you haven’t yet visited, to get the most out of your upcoming trip By Chris Lotz My first birding trip to South America was, stra ...
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Black-Coucal-chittenden
February 20, 2015
Rare rallids of Harare in Zimbabwe
Monday, February 16, 2015 – amazing birding in Harare, Zimbabwe! Megan and I just returned from a 2-day birding trip to Harare, to make the most of the brief January to March window of opportunity ( ...
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