Birding Tours

Canada & USA

Cape May Warbler. Photo: Chris Charlesworth (c)
May 15, 2018 to May 22, 2018
Visit Point Pelee, Long Point, Rondeau with us and see a mouth watering array of migrants including upwards of 30 species of warblers.
Rufous Hummingbird. (c) Chris Charlesworth
Aug 17, 2018 to Aug 19, 2018
Visit one of Canada's finest birding destinations, the Okanagan Valley, in British Columbia. A number of birds found nowhere else in Canada can be found here, including Canyon Wren, Lewis's Woodpecker, White-throated Swift, Black-chinned Hummingbird, Pygmy Nuthatch and more.
Harlequin Duck. Photo: Chris Charlesworth
Sep 25, 2018 to Sep 29, 2018
Short, action-packed tour to British Columbia's remote Haida Gwaii island chain. Expect variety of seabirds, waterfowl, gulls, shorebirds and potential vagrants on this trip.
Whooping Crane. Photo Gary Davidson (c)
Oct 02, 2018 to Oct 07, 2018
Short tour to Canadian prairie province where we hope to find migrating Whooping Cranes, amongst thousands of Sandhill Cranes and thousands of southbound geese.
photo of Northern Pygmy-Owl
Jan 04, 2019 to Jan 06, 2019
Search for winter specialty birds located in Okanagan Valley, Southern British Columbia
photo of California Quail
Apr 05, 2019 to Apr 07, 2019
Early spring birding, excellent for owls including N. Saw-whet Owl, Boreal Owl, W. Screech-Owl and more.
Orchard Oriole (c) Chris Charlesworth
Apr 18, 2019 to Apr 29, 2019
From the Upper Coast where dozens of species of warblers are possible to the Rio Grande Valley where many specialty birds can be found, expect up to 250 species of birds on this tour.

Mexico & the Caribbean

San Blas Jay. Photo: Chris Charlesworth
Feb 01, 2019 to Feb 12, 2019
Visit San Blas, Puerto Vallarta, San Sebastian del Oeste, home to endemics like West Mexican Chachalaca, Mexican Woodnymph, Orange-breasted Bunting, San Blas Jay, Happy Wren and much more.
Day Tours
photo of Harlequin Duck
Pacific coast specialties & fantastic year-round birding.
photo of Western Screech-Owl
BC's Okanagan Valley is one of Canada's premiere birding hotspots.
photo of Snowy Owl
Superb prairie birding. Owls, raptors, rails, waterfowl, & more!
Black Oystercatcher. Photo: Chris Charlesworth
Excellent birding awaits in Victoria, a great city from which to search for seabirds, shorebirds, gulls and west coast specialties.
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