An alternative way to find bird watching tours

An alternative way to find bird watching tours

Blue Sky Wildlife is a unique ecotourism site that offers birders and wildlife enthusiasts as an alternative to finding wildlife and ecotourism tourism, from birds to butterflies and mammals to wildflowers.
65 award-winning and award winning wildlife tour operators and the company is listed on a site spanning 36 countries and offering over 225 unique birds and wildlife tours. The number of registered tour operators is expected to increase to over 100 in the next 6 months.

 

This unique site offers the flexibility to search for all types of wildlife holiday experiences and bird watching by considering conservation, eco cottage, family, photography and trekking. An alternative way to find bird watching tours

Independent birds who prefer to work through their own “bucket list” can now search for the right tour operator by bird species name, right from the keyword search area at the top right of the website, before contacting the right tour operator directly to their next vacation message

A collection of birdwatching tours or experiences ranging from photography workshops, a half-day boat trip off the coast of Kaikoura admire the incredible Wandering Albatross in New Zealand, a selection of adventurous 5-day rainforest adventures in Peru, Colombia or Jamaica to a 30-day bird watching tour in Uganda.

“We are inspired to launch this site because we feel nothing like this for the Birding community while trying to improve conservation as a selection criteria for birders without sacrificing the overall bird watching experience,” commented Chris Larsen, Blue Sky Wildlife. An alternative way to find bird watching tours

Blue Sky Wildlife, in collaboration with MBE Appleton Team who co-founded the British Birdwatching Fair (or Birdfair) 27 years ago, has been very conscious of the right ecotourism balance. Blue Sky Wildlife is committed to sustainable eco-tourism and conservation. Blue Sky Wildlife is recognized as a Birdlife Champion Species that supports the Birdlife International Prevaining Extinctions program.

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