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 chewing gum to share
- Respect wildlife. Don’t feed wildlife.
- Bring a picture of your pet to share.
- Let the your field guide know if you have a hearing disability during registration period.
I have recently returned from Belize. I began my field work by birding the Ambergris Caye (aka San Pedro Caye) for two days then moving on to Orange Walk and Belize Providence’s for five more day of interior birding. Belize … Continue reading
Birding Wisconsin, with its many wet habitats, is a great experience during spring migration May 6th to May 10th and May 13th to May 17th., 2013 This is a small group field trip limited to eight participants. YBT uses small, … Continue reading
Tailored to locate your target species. These field trips can take us throughout northern California, including Tuolumne, Mono, Alpine, Plumas, Lassen, Shasta and Modoc counties. Other California counties can be added, based on the interests of the field trip participants. … Continue reading
Four trips scheduled: June 8,12,16 and 21. We’ll visit prime birding areas along the sea coast, the blooming alpine tundra, and spruce forest surrounding Nome. Most birds are in breeding plumages rarely if ever seen in the “lower 48”. Continue reading
Birding Northern New Mexico August 5 to August 9, 2013 August 11 to August 15, 2013* Small-group field trips limited to four birders YBT uses small, comfortable vehicles. *Visit the Indian Market on your own! The Week Two trip allows … 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