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Explore Guanacaste, Costa Rica!

This November, join Dan and Candace on a brand-new birding adventure in Costa Rica! Guanacaste is the northwesternmost province in Costa Rica, home to dry tropical forest and bordered on the east by a series of protected National Parks along the slopes of several active volcanoes. We’ll visit both, and throw in some mangroves, to boot! This itinerary allows us to drive a little less and walk a little more in this unique and underbirded region.

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Three Whooping Cranes are in flight against a cloudy sky.

Winter Wildlife: Whooping Cranes, Butterflies, & Specialties of South Texas

The Rio Grande Valley in December offers Whooping Crane encounters and a unique combination of wintering shorebirds and warblers and year-round highlights like the Green Jay and Plain Chachalaca. We’ll be on the look out for a few possible rarities like Roadside Hawk, Golden-crowned Warbler, and Crimson-collared Grosbeak, that stop over in this season, and we’ll get to know the abundance of butterflies that visit the Valley as well. If you haven’t done any butterflying, it’s time to start! This trip will be a lovely escape from the start of Oregon’s rainy season. 170+ birds species are possible!

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A Gray-cheeked Nunlet, a small orange and gray bird with a big bill is perched on a bare branch.

The Best of Panama *3 spots left*

Located at the intersection of North and South America, Panama is a volcanic isthmus that rose from the sea a mere 3 million years ago to form what is nicknamed the Monkey’s Bridge. This geologic link allowed the exchange overland of mammals, birds and plants, and contributed to Panama’s incredible biological diversity.  Over 1000 bird species have been seen in this tropical paradise slightly smaller than the state of South Carolina. 

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Bhutan is well-known for its snow-capped Himalayan Peaks, vibrant Buddhist culture, and project of “Gross National Happiness,” and is perhaps underappreciated as a sanctuary for a vibrant fauna, including over 700 species of birds. Join Bird Alliance of Oregon trip leader Brodie Cass Talbott, who spent three years living and birding in Bhutan, as we enjoy some of the most charismatic birds in Asia, from Green Jays to Himalayan Monals, and search for species hard to find anywhere else, like Beautiful Nuthatch, Ward’s Trogon, and White-bellied Heron, amidst the backdrop of one of the most scenic and captivating countries on earth.

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A photo of a Hoatzin perched on a branch.

Amazon River Cruise

Travel with Bird Alliance of Oregon on a once-in-a-lifetime cruise through the heart of upper Amazonia, on the largest river in the world! The Amazonian region boasts more than 120 endemic species and may be the most biologically diverse place on the planet – a true paradise. We will bird on a variety of tropical forest walks, observe wildlife and explore canals and lagoons by watercraft, and take in the Peruvian culture and history.

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A Bornean Banded Pitta, a striking yellow bird with patterns is perched on the ground.

Wild Borneo! *FULL*

Join us on this very special tour to one of the world’s most coveted birding and wildlife destinations! On this 14-night adventure we’ll explore the astonishing biological diversity of this beautiful island, via jungle hikes, canopy walks, quiet riverboat cruises and even a night safari as we visit the four most productive birding and wildlife regions in Malaysian Borneo.

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