Summaries of some of our previous adventures
This 14-day tour in February 2020 focused on the birds and wildlife of Borneo. The Trip Leader was Steve Robertson and this report was written by tour participant, Eric A. Kimmel.
This 11-day tour in July 2019 focused on the birds, botany, and geology of Iceland. The Trip Leaders were Ivan Phillipsen and Patty Newland.
Our visit to Montana in June 2019 was a great intro to the birds and wildlife of the state's mountainous west. The Trip Leaders were Ivan Phillipsen and Patty Newland.
Uganda is possibly the best country in Africa for birdwatching and seeing wild primates. Sue Greer, the author of this report, was a participant on our tour there in February-March 2019.
South Africa is a world-class destination for birding and mammalian mega-fauna. Sue Dietderich, the author of this report, was a participant on our tour there in November 2018.
Oaxaca is Mexico's most biodiverse state. On this tour, we explored several ecosystems to find birds, wildlife, and plants. We also got to experience the fascinating culture of Oaxaca.
This tour focused on birds and wildlife, from the rainforests of southeast Alaska to the snowy Alaska Range. We visited two national parks-- Glacier Bay and Denali-- and drove the entire Denali Highway.
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