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Click here for information about an August trip to Alaska with the Audubon Naturalist Society.

Click here to learn about my visit to Uganda in November 2016.  After touring the country I participated in the first African Birding Expo.  Our first 2018 Uganda tour filled before it was announced, click the link for photos.  E-mail me to get info about the Jan. 2020 trip.

We visited the mountains of central Mexico in February 2018 with New Jersey Audubon, heading to three of the reserves where the migrant monarch butterflies overwinter.  Photo gallery here.

See photos from the Olympic Peninula July 2017 and again August 2017.

Our team, the CMBO Monarchists, competed in the World Series of Birding, and we won the Carbon Footprint Award, finding more birds than any other team competing in this category, which allows travel only by non-motorized means.  We traveled only by bicycle and foot and found 139 species.  Our team raises essential funds for the Cape May Monarch Monitoring Project.  You can still support our team’s fundraising effort by clicking here, and see a report of our day in the field by clicking here.

See photos of Harpy Eagle and other Panama highlights by clicking here.

Or you can browse through galleries of past trips organized geographically if you click here.

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Click here to learn about my next trip to Costa Rica, Feb. 2 - 13, 2019, sponsored by NJ Audubon.

NEWS!  We have been able to get a Uganda trip together March 2 - 18, 2019!  We’ve already got a few registrations in hand -- if you want to join us, contact me ASAP for the full itinerary.