Himalayan Snowcock, Cassia Crossbill, Flammulated Owl, Chukar, & Gray Partridge
The mother of all mountain west birding trips, this intensive 5 day tour focuses on the most highly sought after birds of the mountain west. Fast-paced bird-filled days should have you in and out in a weekend with a list full of life birds!
Bali & The Lesser Sundas WE STILL HAVE 2 SPACES AVAILABLE!
The Lesser Sundas is a wonderland for birders. In addition to the usual Oriental families, numerous unusual Australasian species call these islands home, including 70+ endemics. This fairly intense tour will be filled with long-days seeking out these highly-sought-after species that are disappearing at a rapid rate!
November 3-20, 2019
More than 100 Indonesian Endemics
Nearly 80 Lesser Sundas Endemics!
Flammulated Owling Utah is the best place in the world to see Flammulated Owls
This is the tour that got us started and remains our most popular outing each summer between May and August. If you want to see a Flammulated Owl, we’re the birders that can show you—we even showed Greg Miller of “The Big Year”.
2019 Flammy Count 183
Utah Specialty Birding Tours We’ve developed a series of tours based on past visitors requests
Never been to the Great Salt Lake? Missing several sage or juniper specialists? Have a couple high elevation targets? No problem! Salt Lake City sits right at the apex of the lake, mountains, and desert, and we’ve developed tours fo these specifics.
Great Salt Lake Environs
Sage & Juniper Specialists
Custom Tours We can create just about any tour you want—just ask
We can build a tour from the ground up that includes: birding, wildlife watching, scenery, state and national parks, history, food, and more. We can plan your trip from start to end and make sure you have a memorable adventure in the mountain west.
Multi Day Tours
Full Day Tours
1/2 Day Tours
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Trip Reports The latest from the field
Where have we been birding lately? What have we seen? And what is going on in our birding world? Check out our blog to read about all of this and more!