Feb-Mar tours: one or two spaces for winter owls, Brazil, Mexico, Bahamas, Guyana, more

January 17th, 2019 by Field Guides· Add a Comment

There is still some limited availability on our diverse schedule of thirty February-March Field Guides tours. Twenty of these are fully booked, but if you’re itching to get away birding somewhere exciting with our great guides, our Austin office can quickly help you make plans for any of the ten tours listed below, including assisting with your air travel. To get you started, here’s a cool image of a Great Gray Owl by 2018 Owlberta participant Don Taves…there are more fun pics below the listings, one for each tour!

Great Gray Owl by Owlberta participant Don Taves

Single spaces on:
Guatemala: Shade-grown birding, Feb 9 with Jesse Fagan
Owlberta: Alberta’s Owls & More, Feb 16 with Jay VanderGaast & Dan Arndt
Nowhere but Northeast Brazil II, Feb 19 with Marcelo Barreiros
Mexico: Oaxaca, Mar 9 with Dan Lane & Cory Gregory
Jewels of Ecuador II, Mar 16 with Willy Perez
Bahamas: Endemics & Kirtland’s Warbler, Mar 23 with Jesse Fagan

And two or more spaces on:
Cambodia, Feb 9 with Phil Gregory
Brazil Nutshell: Intervales, Iguazu Falls & Pantanal, Mar 9 with Marcelo Padua (2 open)
Costa Rica, Mar 16 with Jay VanderGaast
Guyana III, Mar 30 with Marcelo Barreiros (2 open)

Fulvous Owl by Guatemala participant Carla Bregman
Hooded Visorbearer by Nowhere by Northeast Brazil guide Marcelo Barreiros
Russet-crowned Motmot by Oaxaca guide Cory Gregory
There’s some fabulous Andean scenery along our Jewels of Ecuador route, as here in Cajas NP by participant Elena Laborde
Great Lizard-Cuckoo in the Bahamas is an impressive beast. Guide Jesse Fagan caught this one giving our group a good once-over.
In addition to some very cool birds, there are some rather stony-faced demons and such to be found along our Cambodia route. Photo by guide Doug Gochfeld.
Yellow-fronted Woodpecker is but one of the dozens of snazzy Atlantic Forest endemics we’ll see on Nutshell Brazil. Photo by 2018 participant Lois Wood.
Costa Rica participant Tracy Bauder captured this delightful Collared Redstart.
Not too shabby a place to go birding—we think Guyana participant Jan Shaw at Kaiteur Falls might agree! Photo by guide John Coons.

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