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Welcome to WINGS

If you’re an old hand, we hope our program is of interest.  If you’re new to birding tours, you might find our essay “Choosing a Birding Tour” helpful.

Booking from the UK

If you are from the United Kingdom, we appreciate that you may have some questions about the whole process from contacting the WINGS office, to booking, payment, flights, and joining the tour. Click here for detailed information on these points.

What's New

Zambia, 13-26 October 2022, with Ethan Kistler -- Zambia is a wonderfully scenic country in the middle... (more)

Mexico: Veracruz - A River of Birds, Sep 24 - Oct 7 2022 (A New Departure) , with Steve Dougill and Alberto Lobato -- The Mexican state of Veracruz is a justifiably famous... (more)

The Solomon Islands, 7-25 September 2023, with Ryan Chenery -- The Solomon Islands are one of the few remaining places... (more)

See the complete list of new WINGS tours here.

Miscellany

Global Birding Event: The Global Birding Event held on 17 October proved to be an amazing... (more)

See all recent Miscellany here.

COVID 19 Updates

With vaccinations underway in many countries, we’re excited to be running tours again. For more about our COVID 19 response, click here.

Guaranteed Tours

Ecuador: Mindo and the Northwest Andes with Luke Seitz - 18-26 June.

Angola with Tertius Gous and Steve Rooke - 31 July-16 August.

Arizona Second Spring with Jon Dunn - 24 July-4 August. One space remains.

Ecuador: Amazon Lowlands with Steve Howell - 30 July-7 August. Two spaces remain.

CONFIRMING SOON:

Sweden: Fall Migration at Falsterbo with Stephen Menzie - 18-25 September. Two spaces remain. 

Colombia with Fabrice Schmitt - 22 August-10 September.

Alaska: Fall Migration at Gambell & the Pribilofs with Raymond Vanbuskirk - 2-10 September, Pribilofs to 15 September.

Private Tours

WINGS organizes private tours worldwide. Details here.

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Black-billed Capercaillie is possibility at the Jalman Meadows on our tour, Mongolia



From the Home/From the Field

May 17: Gavin Bieber reports from Southeastern Arizona

The 2022 WINGS Spring Arizona tour combined a wealth of the namesake owls and warblers as well as several truly rare species... (more)

May 16: John Yerger reports from Central Texas.

After working hard to secure reasonable views of Black-capped Vireo the day prior, this male at Lost Maples landed on... (more)

May 4: Gavin Bieber reports from South Florida:

We just wrapped up our 2022 WINGS Spring Florida tour, a trip which provides a great survey of the habitats and avifauna... (more)

See all recent submissions here.

WINGS Publications

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Our Leaders & Staff

Brian Finch

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Brian Finch was born in the U.K., virtually popping out into the world with the binoculars already around his neck. During his early teens, while at Battersea Grammar School in London, he joined the Beddington Sewage Farm ringing group. The kindness... (more)

Featured Tour

Puerto Rico

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Puerto Rico, once a Spanish colony and now a U.S. territory and popular holiday destination provides a perfect and easy weeklong getaway for the visiting birder. With an excellent road system providing convenient access to its many forest reserves, Puerto Rico offers some of the easiest and most enjoyable birdwatching in the Caribbean. On our tour... (more)

AZ Birding

Coming to southeastern Arizona and want guiding help for just a day or two? Find an excellent guide at AZ-Birding.

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BIRD LISTS and NARRATIVES

The following tour bird lists and narratives have been posted recently to the WINGS website.