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September 2021

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SLICE OF CALIFORNIA: SEABIRDS TO SIERRA
Status: Open
Sep 4-13, 2021 (Fee TBD / 2020=$4250) with Tom Johnson
Tour Limit: 7
A diverse mix of West Coast specialties, montane species, and pelagics in rugged and scenic sites.
MOROCCO
Status: Open
Sep 6-21, 2021 (Fee TBD / 2020=$4575) with Chris Benesh & local guide
Tour Limit: 10
Endemic, rare, and specialty birds from coastal wetlands and towering cliffs to the Atlas Mountains and the northwest corner of the Sahara.
(Canary Island Extension to Sep 26, 2021)
May be combined with France: Camargue & Pyrenees
MAINE IN FALL: SEABIRDS & COASTAL MIGRANTS
Status: Open
Sep 9-18, 2021 (Fee TBD / 2020=$3975) with Eric Hynes
Tour Limit: 7
A new September itinerary at a beautiful season in Maine for coastal migrants and pelagic birds, with a good chance for skuas.
RIO NEGRO PARADISE: MANAUS, BRAZIL
Status: Open
Sep 12-26, 2021 (Fee TBD / 2020=$7075) with Marcelo Barreiros & Micah Riegner
Tour Limit: 10
Bird the rainforests and rivers of the mighty Amazon and Negro in an unforgettable mix of forest hikes and live-aboard luxury.
FALL FOR CAPE MAY
Status: Open
Sep 18-24, 2021 (Fee TBD / 2020=$2550) with Cory Gregory
Tour Limit: 7
See bird migration in action at one of the country's top migration hotspots.
SAFARI BRAZIL: THE PANTANAL & MORE
Status: Open
Sep 18 - Oct 3, 2021 (Fee TBD / 2020=$6050) with Marcelo Padua & Tom Johnson
Tour Limit: 12
The spectacular wetlands of the Pantanal, with Hyacinth Macaws and Jabirus, combine with the many specialties of Brazil's Planalto Central to make for the perfect first birding trip to Brazil.
(Brazilian Merganser Extension to Oct 7, 2021)
ALASKA FALL GOLDMINE: RARITIES ON THE PRIBILOFS & ROSS'S GULLS IN BARROW
Status: Open
Sep 29 - Oct 7, 2021 - Part One (Fee TBD / 2020=$5450) with Doug Gochfeld
Tour Limit: 7
A fall adventure in two parts to the far north, Part I to St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs for migrants and vagrants, and Part II to Barrow for the legendary Ross's Gull, loons, eiders, and possibly even Polar Bear and Ivory Gull.
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