10 Awesome Bird Watching Trips

When you plan for a bird watching excursion, the target is watching as many birds as possible and learning about their behavior. For others out on holiday, the target is getting the thrill of birds in their natural habitats and enjoying the picturesque sceneries and taking lifetime photos.

Well, you can only realize these goals if by knowing where to go and exploring the best trips. Here are top 10 awesome bird watching trips that will make your holiday more enthralling and unforgettable.

(1) The Caerlaverock VWT Center, Galloway, and Dumfries

Along Scottish boarder, visitors and bird watchers get the thrill of arriving geese, ducks and swans during the beginning of autumn. The birds fly from as far as Spitsbergen and Iceland where the temperatures keep falling and freezing everything.

A trip to The Caerlaverock VWT Center, Galloway and Dumfries will give a chance to see these birds and others interact in the complex ecosystem. Other birds to see here include the barnacle geese and egrets.

(2) A trip to Crane Creek State Park in Ottawa.

A trio to the Crane Creek State Park is a perfect opportunity to explore and be part of the wild. Migrating waterfowls, shoebirds, warblers, and bald eagles flock the marshland and share it with other animals in a unique show of cooperation.

A trip to Crane Creek also gives visitors a chance to enjoy other wildlife including reptiles, mammals, and amphibians.

(3) South Eastern Arizona

A trip to South Eastern Arizona brings visitors to over 24 special birding spots that have made every visitor call the pace a birder’s world. Move through from Saguaro National Park, Madera Canyon, and Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Reserve allows you to enjoy the diverse birds that frequent the area from season to season. Birders are sure to see the gray hawk, humming birds, painted redstart, and Mexican jay.

(4) Exe estuary in Devon

A cruise to Exe Estuary is a great opportunity see about 25,000 birds that flock to feed and breed. The estuarine is among the best places in The UK to see as many birds as possible in one area. The estuary is a success conservation story that has combined conservation, lifestyle, and education in one package. Whether you are a scholar, tourist, or want to simply enjoy a weekend with a difference, a trip to the Exe Estuary will never disappoint.

(5) The Point Pelee National Park in Ontario

A trip to the point Pelee National Park in Ontario is an opportunity to explore the 6-mile nature rich triangle heading to Lake Erie. The area has a wetland of international importance because of the diverse ecosystems ranging from deciduous forests, cedar savannah, and sandy beaches that attract a lot of birds in all seasons. Birders are sure of recording up to 200 different birds every day including Orioles, warblers, and various songbirds.

(6) The Everglades National Park in Florida

While Everglades has no doubt suffered great pressure from the fast developing cities such as Miami, it remains a paradise for many endemic and migratory birds. Whether you live in the neighboring cities or want to visit from abroad, a trip to Everglades will give you

Whether you live in the neighboring cities or want to visit from abroad, a trip to Everglades will give you spectacular view of over 400 species of birds including white-crowned pigeons, smooth-billed Anis, and Snail-kites. Other birds you can anticipate to see include the limpkin, mangrove cuckoo and greater flamingo.

(7) Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico

A trip to this hot desert region is a perfect opportunity to learn about birds that inhabit dry lands. The Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is like an oasis in the middle of the dry land because of its abundance of water from the neighboring Magdalena and Chupadera Mountains. Take an early morning drive from San Antonio and experience the magnificent sun rising from the horizon as you watch birds such as lesser s snow goose,

Take an early morning drive from San Antonio and experience the magnificent sun rising from the horizon as you watch birds such as lesser s snow goose, gambel’s quail, Ross Goose, and Sandhill Crane.

(8) Point Reyes National Seashore in California

For people who target to combine birding with luxury, a trip to Point Reyes National Seashore will be a thriller in all aspects. The protected nature reserve allows you to explore the rich biodiversity at the coastline and enjoy sometime sunbathing. Visit the Seashore to see birds such as horned puffins, blue water warblers, wood peckers, and other shorebirds.

Visit the Seashore to see birds such as horned puffins, blue water warblers, wood peckers, and other shorebirds.

(9) Isles of Sicily, Cornwall

A trip to Sicily islands has become a must visit for birders who want to see the Twitchers eagles. A trip to the island also allows visitors to see seabirds and springs migrants. Make sure to carry your camera and capture every bird because the trip will be really enthralling.

(10) Loch Garten, Scottish Highlands

Want to enjoy the sites of birds demonstrating their fishing skills? Take a trip to the Loch Garten in Scotland Highlands. All birds from the surrounding Abernethy forest come out to enjoy the cool breeze at Loch Garten. It is particularly magnificent to watch the capercaillie use its strong eyesight and skills to fish.

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