We do our best to design our field trips around your birding interests and personal comfort. Here are a few guidelines that will help us meet these objectives.
- Always have a rain garment, extra pair of dry socks, bug repellent, water, a high energy snack and pain/insect bite relief medication.
- In Alaska, fragrances attract grizzle bears. For your safety and that of others, please avoid using any fragrances (perfume or cologne, scented deodorants, etc.).
- When a field trip requires multiple cars, Yellowbilled Tours will try to supply walkie-talkies for each car.
- Tell your driver if you need a restroom stop.
- Carry extra ziploc bags
- Carry a few snacks or chewing gum to share
- Be prepared to share a great personal birding experience with the field trip members
- Let the your field guide know if you have a hearing disability during registration period.
The recent 2014 field trip concluded with 235 species observed by 6 birders. The field trip started in The Crooked Tree Preserve for four days using the Birds Eye View Lodge as our base camp allowing us to relax in … Continue reading
Birding Wisconsin, with its many wet habitats, is a great experience during spring migration May 11th to May 15th., 2015 This is a small group field trip limited to four participants for each trip. YBT uses small, comfortable vans. YBT … Continue reading
Tailored to locate your target species. These field trips can take us throughout northern California, including Yosemite NP, Point Reyes NS, all hot spots in between including Tuolumne, Mono, Alpine, Plumas, Lassen, Shasta and Modoc counties. Other California locations can … Continue reading
2015: Field trips begin on June 1 to June 6 and June 6 to 10. June 2015 Nome Field Trips are now open for registration. YBT – Nome Alaska 2013 Sighting list 130 species Nome is a frontier town in … Continue reading
Field trip registration is open for Barrow 2015. Barrow is the most northerly village in the U.S.A. well above the Arctic Circle. YBT is establishing this field trip seeking high Arctic species in breeding plumage such as the Spectacled, … Continue reading
Birding Northern New Mexico August 17 to August 22, 2015 Small-group field trips limited to six birders each field trip YBT uses comfortable vehicles and does not book the field trip to meet vehicles capacity. YBT – New Mexico 2013 … Continue reading
We’ll visit the Port Washington – Harrington Beach on the shore of Lake Michigan to observe migrating raptors and other Canadian prairie species during their fall migration. We’ll bird the official raptor count location for the Western Great Lakes Bird & Bat … Continue reading