Trip Reports & Sightings

Posted by Birdseekers

Isles of Scilly - October 2006, author Birdseekers (added September 9, 2007)
(American Robin, Blyth's Pipit, Desert Wheatear, Aquatic Warbler)

Panama - 26th May - 9th June 2006, author Birdseekers (added September 9, 2007)
(Darien National Park, Pipeline Road, 400 species, Rufous-vented Ground Cuckoo)

New England, United States - March 2007, author Birdseekers (added September 9, 2007)
(Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, Connecticut River, Ninigret Wildlife Refuge, Sachuest Point, Cape Cod, Gloucester)

Morocco - March 2007, author Birdseekers (added September 9, 2007)
(Atlas Mountains, Tagdilt Tract, Hamada Desert, Agadir, Oued Massa Reserve, Tamri.)

Kazakhstan - May 2007, author Birdseekers (added September 9, 2007)
(Almaty, Tien Shan Mountains.)

Montana, United States – May 2007, author Birdseekers (added September 4, 2007)

Cuba, March 2002, author Birdseekers (link created September 10, 2004)
(Cuban Endemics)

India - Bharatpur - February 2004, author Birdseekers (added March 30, 2005)
(with photos of Siberian Rubythroat and Indian Courser)

Estonia, May 2004, author Birdseekers (added March 19, 2005)
(Birdseekers tour with photo of Citrine Wagtail, details of Great Snipe Lek, Lesser Spotted and White-tailed Eagles)

Arizona, July - August 2004, author Birdseekers (added March 19, 2005)
(Birdseekers tour with photos of Costa's Hummingbird and Elegant Trogon)

The owls of Finland - 2nd - 13th June 2002, author Birdseekers (link created January 15, 2007)

Morocco - March - 2004, author Birdseekers (added April 7, 2005)
(with photos of Bald Ibis and Moussier's Redstart)

Poland - May 2004, author Birdseekers (added April 7, 2005)
(with photos of Great Grey Owl and Aquatic Warbler)

Costa Rica - January - February 2004, author Birdseekers (added April 7, 2005)
(with photos of Fasciated Tiger-heron, Lanceloated Monklet, Resplendent Quetzal and Snowcap)

Chile - October 2004, author Birdseekers (added April 5, 2005)
(with photos of Diademed Sandpiper Plover, Magellanic Woodpecker and Yellow-bridled Finch)