Eastern Bearded Wildebeest, Serengeti Tanzania Photo by: Adam Riley
Grey-crowned Crane,Tanzania Photo by: Markus Lilj
Tanzania is without doubt one of the most exciting trips a birder can make, with hundreds of species of birds, many of them large, tame, and colorful. Add to that the iconic mammals, scenery, and culture and you have a experience that will rank as among the most memorable of a lifetime. Our itinerary includes the Serengeti, meaning “Endless Plain” in Maasai, which is famous for its extravagant megafauna, but also home to star birds like Gray-crested Helmetshrike, Red-throated Tit, and Steel-blue Whydah. Our tour is timed with hopes to see the magnificent migration of wildebeest, zebra and antelope. We will also visit Ngorongoro crater, Earth’s largest intact volcanic caldera, which also harbors dense populations of large mammals, as well as forest brimming with birds such as Hildebrandt’s Francolin, Schalow’s Turaco, and dazzling Tacazze Sunbirds, among others. For superb birding, masses of iconic animals, and photo ops galore, join the ABA and Rockjumper for an incredible adventure into the heart of Africa.
When: March 31-April 10, 2018
Where: Arusha, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and Serengeti National Park
How Much: $4250 per person sharing — single supplement $495.
Registration Limit: 120 people (small field groups of 12 people)
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Join us for a fabulous safari where we’ll see everything from the smallest birds to the largest mammals. This trip is not to be missed!
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Green-winged Pytilia, African Elephant, Lilac-breasted Roller, and African Lion a fine sample of the wildlife we will see on this safari. Register Today!
Experience one of North America’s great birding and wildlife spectacles as thousands of breeding-plumaged shorebirds gorge on the eggs of Horseshoe Crabs, one of the oddest. and oldest, creatures on Earth. Nearby wetlands and forests are bursting with breeding birds and migrants, making for a wonderful long birding weekend!
Shorebirds galore along the Delaware Bay shoreline.
When: May 17 – 21, 2017
Where: We’ll stay at the comfortable Virden Conference Center on the edge of the quaint seaside town of Lewes, Delaware. We’ll have easy access from there to a wealth of birding hot spots.
How Much: $895.00, (+$200.00 for single supplement)
Registration: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY!
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Limit: 35 participants
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The month of May along the Delaware Bayshore brings enormous numbers of horseshoe crabs along the beach to lay their millions of eggs, and it is also the time for hundreds of thousands of migrating shorebirds to feast upon those eggs as they refuel prior to their last 3000 mile non-stop flight to their breeding grounds. This evolutionary spectacle has to be seen to be believed!
Migrating shorebirds feast upon a bountiful supply of Horseshoe Crab eggs, willingly fattening themselves up for the breeding season.
The Delaware Bayshore is the critical stopover habitat for northbound shorebirds migrating along the Atlantic Flyway. They stop here to feed on abundant and protein-rich Horseshoe Crab eggs, in one of the more unusual and wonderful natural spectacles anywhere. We’ll enjoy great, close studies of thousands of shorebirds of 20 or so species, most wearing their gorgeous breeding colors. And while shorebirds along the beach are the star attraction, they are just the beginning. Within a short driving distance of two acclaimed National Wildlife Refuges, Bombay Hook and Prime Hook, and thousands of acres of mixed hardwood and pine forests, participants will experience the rich diversity of bird species found during May in this unique birding bonanza. There is a distinct southern element to the avifauna here, with species like Summer and Scarlet tanagers, Worm-eating, Kentucky, Prothonotary, and Yellow-throated warblers, and Brown-headed Nuthatch. Bird photography opportunities are excellent throughout.
The ABA is headquartered nearby, and we are always excited to welcome birders to our home area at its birding peak. Expect a warm welcome, exciting birding, and an opportunity to see behind the scenes of this natural phenomenon in a way that few visitors do. See you in May!
When the tides and the weather conditions are right male Horseshoe Crabs follow the females to the shore where she lays her eggs.
The Horseshoe crab eggs provide a veritable smorgasbord for all the creatures along the shoreline.
When: January 19-24, 2017
Where: Sierra Vista, Arizona
How Much: $1495
Limit: 6 people
Instructor: Homer Hansen
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What is an IFO?
The ABA’s Institute for Field Ornithology traces its origins back to 1983. The IFO was created as an ABA member service with the goal of offering novel opportunities for the study of birds. Our IFO programs combine field birding with an educational element to enrich your birding. They are meant to be fun and educational. Some IFOs are more field-oriented while others have more of a classroom element. Each IFO features expert and friendly instructors whose chief goals are to educate the IFO program’s participants, and help ensure that everyone enjoys a good experience. IFO programs are designed for ABA members and typically have a limit of no more than 25 participants, but often group size ranges from 8-20 people. An IFO may be based at a single location so that each night is spent in the same area, or a program may cover several separate regions, requiring the group to change lodging a couple of times. Most IFO programs are several days in length (4-7 days) but occasionally we offer single-day events too.
Southeastern Arizona is home to many resident species of breeding sparrows and a favored location for migrants to overwinter. We will visit semi-desert grasslands and riparian woodlands to observe the behavior and habitat selection of over 20 species of sparrows, towhees, and longspurs. More Info »
When: April 2 – 17, 2017
Where: Miami to San Diego, via Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica Guatemala and Mexico.
How Much: Starting at $2815
Registration: SOLD OUT
Limit: 30 registrants
Hosts: Jeff & Liz Gordon, and local guides
Info/Contact: Call Carefree Birding at 954-766-2919, or email: email@example.com
Join Jeff and Liz Gordon for a sensational 16-day, multi-country cruise through the tropics More Info »