When: February 8-18 2016
Where: Bharatpur & Ranthambhore
How Much: $3,850 (double occupancy; no single rooms remaining)
Registration: BOOK YOUR TRIP TODAY!
Hosts: Jeff Gordon and Liz Deluna Gordon, Adam Riley, George Armistead, Cuan Rush, and more.
Arriving/Departing: New Delhi
Fabulous pre/post safari extension trip options available (see below)
The American Birding Association, in partnership with Rockjumper Birding Tours, welcomes you to the India – Taj, Tigers & Birding Safari. More Info »
When: September 30th – October 2nd, 2015
Where: Columbus, OH
How Much: FREE!
Registration: Register Today! (click here)
Event Type: Summit: Open to all
Birding Staff: Jeff Gordon, Bill Thompson III, Wendy Clark, Liz Gordon, Bill Stewart, George Armistead, and many more!
ABA SUMMIT & ANNUAL MEMBERS MEETING
Join ABA Staff, fellow ABA members, and a great mix of well-known birding personalities at our first-ever ABA Summit to be held just prior to and in association with the: AMERICAN BIRDING EXPO. More Info »
When: January 21-26, 2016
Where: Sierra Vista, Arizona
How Much: $1395
Registration: OPEN – sign up today!
Limit: 6 people
Instructor: Homer Hansen
For INFO on registration: email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call at (800) 850-2473
For INFO on the event: email Homer at: email@example.com or call: (520) 400-6716
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: March 30 – April 3, 2016
Where: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
How Much: $1395
Registration: OPEN – sign up today (click)
Limit: 24 people
Instructor: Bert Filemyr, Ted Floyd & George Armistead
Contact: For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org
The City of Brotherly Love is the birthplace of our nation, but also the birthplace of bird study in North America. More Info »
When: September 16-20, 2015
Where: Olympic Peninsula, Washington
Hosts: Jeff Gordon and Liz Deluna Gordon, George Armistead, Shawneen Finnegan, Dave Irons, and more.
Based at: Port Angeles & Ocean Shores, WA
From the crashing surf of the Pacific, to the restless Strait of Juan de Fuca, to the Olympic Mountains and the coastal rain forest, the Olympic Peninsula is an ethereal, spiritual place, with wonderful scenery and great birding. More Info »