Specializing in customised birdwatching tours and
operateing exclusively on request. There are no standard
tours or regular schedules. We only take one booking
at a time with a maximum of 4 people. This means you
will be the only customers on the tour and my attention
is focused on your pleasure.
The areas I visit include:
- the Kimberley in the North of Western Australia,
- the South-West corner of Western Australia, in
particular Perth - Albany,
- the Kakadu National Park and the area around Darwin
in the Northern Territory,
- far north-east Queensland and the Iron Range National
Park / Cape York Peninsula,
- the interior of Australia with Ayer's Rock, Birdsville
and Strzelecki Tracks, etc.,
- and South East Australia, in particular Melbourne
- Sydney, and Tasmania.
We conduct special trips into the remote Outback,
particularly the many deserts, or criss-cross through
Australia in search of the ten endemic Grasswren species.
If there are particular birds you want to see just let
me know. We would be pleased to work out a unique tour
Explore the magnificent coasts, rich marshlands,
deltas, majestic mountains, great rivers & surprising
deserts of California in search of birds, wildlife &
spectacular scenery. Nature Trip offers year around
adventures focusing on the over 500 species of birds
& over 200 species of marine & land mammals
that reside in or visit the Golden State. Grab the opportunity
to see & experience California's wildlife!
The San Francisco Bay Area enjoys a temperate, marine
climate with relatively mild weather all year. Temperatures
above 80F (27C) or below 40F (5C) are infrequent. In
the summer, fog rolls in during late afternoon and tends
to burn off mid-morning. The warmest months are typically
in the late summer or early fall. Rain falls primarily
November through April with average precipitation, varying
greatly by location, between 15 and 32 inches. In the
Bay Area alone, there are literally hundreds of micro-climates
within a vast variety of habitats including coastal
scrub and chaparral, foothill oak woodlands, coastal
dunes, moist, fog dependant redwood and coniferous forest.
Paradoxically no place in Europe gives you such
an overwhelming experience of wilderness as do the marshes
in the polders at the very heart of the Netherlands.In
the late sixties Zuid Flevoland fell dry, yielding thousands
of acres fertile land. In the north-eastern corner of
the polder however something unexpected happened: in
a few years time a unique eco-system developed which
gave room for thousands of wild birds (Blue-throat,
Spoonbill, Marsh- Hen- and Montaguís Harrier, Avocet,
White-tailed Eagle) and over a thousand big mammals
like Deer, Konik (wild horse) and wild cow. A hundred
different species of bird is not exceptional in spring!
AABirding & Travel is a Cairns, Australia-based
birding and wildlife
company that runs local trips on demand around the Cairns
Atherton Tablelands area, tours on demand around Australia,
regular tours to Papua New Guinea and much of the rest
of the world - just about anywhere really. Sam is a
world-famous bird guide from Kiunga in Papua New Guinea.
Tropical Nature Travel, specializes in ecotourism
holidays & journeys to the most beautiful natural
settings on the planet. Inviting you to experience unforgettable
journeys to Central and South America, They believe
in conserving the natural environment through their
travel packages. Join them and travel Brazil, from the
Pantanal to the Amazon. Discover the breathtaking Galapagos
Islands in Ecuador travel packages or discover the amazing
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Peru travel section.
Whatever you want to see or experience in this stunning
part of the world, let Tropical Nature Travel help you
discover all that it has to offer, while still respecting
the environment and the communities that inhabit it.
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