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Birders spend countless hours looking out and about in their own region, why not splurge and take a vacation from the birds common to your area and spend time in a region with new exciting birds.
Nothing motivates us more into birding than an exciting bird trip check out some of the trips we recommend and if any of you birders are lucky enough to go on a birding adventure, drop us an e-mail and let us know how your trip was.

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Mongolia Bird Watching Tour
Mongolia is home to over 400 species of birds. Mongolia has a rich composition of bird species due to the migration routes from Pacific and Indian Oceans to the Mediterranean Sea and to the Arctic Ocean and northern tundra. The best seasons to visit are the migration times. In the Gobi you may see the desert warbler, houbara bustard, saxaul sparrow, sand goose, finch, cinereous vulture and many more. In the steppes: the gray demoiselle crane, a variety of hoopoes, odd eagle, vulture, upland buzzard, steppe eagle, variety of falcons including saker falcon, black kite and variety of owls and hawks. In the mountains: ptarmigan, finch, woodpecker, owl, Lammergeyers, Altai snowcock. In the Lakes: Dalmtian pelicans, hooded cranes, relict gulls and bar headed geese. Among most popular places for above-mentioned birds in Mongolia are Ugii Lake, Orkhon waterfall and Hugnu khan National park. These areas are the best spot to see forest, steppe and water birds.

Nature Quest New Zealand Trip
Nature Quest New Zealand specialises in custom designed bird watching trips for individuals and couples. Each birding trip is tailored to the specific requirements and interests of the participants to ensure maximum species viewed, enjoyment and appreciation of New Zealand, its avifauna and natural heritage.On such tours Nature Quest provides an experienced birdwatching guide, transport throughout, all necessary permits and charters, accommodation and meals as requested, species lists; and a detailed background ecology booklet relating to areas visited and species viewed. You may wish to see just a select few species, or the widest possible array of birds in New Zealand at the time of your visit. We shall design a birding itinerary to best suit your needs.

Cordova Alaska Trip
Birding and bird watching in Cordova Alaska is known world wide as one of the foremost area for photography and bird viewing, of shore birds in the world.Cordova is also host to the Shore Bird festival each spring, where shore birds by the millions visit Cordova's Copper River Delta and tidal flats as a stopover in their migration route.The spring and fall also brings thousands of flocks of waterfowl that descend on the delta and mud flats.Cordova also has the densest population of waterfowl in Alaska.For more information on birding in Cordova, guided tours or photography trips, birding adventures, night birding of owls, bats, swallows and other night birds or sea shore life.

Bird Watching in Turkey
We have a tractor and a 4-wheel drive vehicle for the tours. We can take you to many birding areas in the Turkey. We can also take you to the van Lake, Kulu Lake (best bird-lake in Turkey) or Sultan Marshes (number and variety of ducks which can be most impressive),Birecik area,Seyfe lake (famous flamingo areas)Konya (Eregli Marches),Akseki, Tarsus delta,Yeşilce famous for a collection of specialities including (red-tailed wheatear, Great eastern, Rock Nuthatch, white-throated Robin,)and Göksu delta with guidance and vehicle support,But, the most popular tour is the one that includes famous Caspian Snowcock in Aladag Mountains.We can arrange what you need.
The essential guide to birding in south central Turkey is Dave Gosney's 'Finding Birds in Turkey: Ankara to Birecik'. This is surely a must and if you do not have one, you can borrow from our small library. Our name is also in that book.(Part one Page 13 ) Also We worked with also other famous birders such as Ian Green.Our name is also in his book.A Birdwatchers' Guide to Turkey by Ian Green and Nigel Moorhouse.
Local birds include:
Griffon Vulture, Coshawk, Kestrel, Caspian Snowcock, Chukar, Rock Dave, Alpine Swift, Hoopoe, Short-toed Lark, Crag Martin, Swallow, House Martin, Tawniy Pipit, Tree Pipit, Gray Wagtail, Wien, Black Redstart, Redstart, Isabellina Wheatear, Wheatear, Ring Ouzel, Mistle Thrush, Lesser Whitethroat, Whitethroat, Goldcrest, Spotted Flycatcher, Coal Tit, Rock Nuthatch, Alpine Chough, Chaffinch, Red-Fronted Serin, Serin, Goldfinch, Rock Bunting, Cinereous Bunting, Ortolan Bunting,
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Birding Kenya Trip
Searching for a comfortable active holiday in Africa? Join our fully guided and supported walking and birding tours in Kenya. Small groups, luxury accommodation, fine cuisine and game viewing away from mass tourism. Finish off with a beach holiday at Kilifi or a trek up Mt. Kenya. Fabulous prices offered.

Central Coast of California Trip
The Central Coast of California is one of the United States premier birding destinations. Located on the Pacific Flyway, the Central Coast boasts a large over-wintering bird population in addition to abundant resident species. San Luis Obispo County has a recorded bird population of 442 bird species, which is over half of the nation's total avian diversity of 810 species! Sunset magazine recently listed the Central Coast as one of the top five birding destinations in the west (November, 2002). Over the years the Los Osos/Morro Bay area has consistently been in the top five of the Big Sit, a 24-hour single point bird count. In 2002, Los Osos recorded 122 species during the Big Sit, placing it a full 20 species higher than the next highest count. Bird counts during the winter bird festival in Morro Bay consistently average above 200 species.

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   November 19, 2008


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