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USA Tour June 24 - July 24 2005

  • My wife and I spent one month in USA from June 24, here is our itinerary:  Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, South Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado...My goal for the trip was 100 lifers....Jan Landsverk reports


Colorado, 13-21 April 2006

  • The timing of our trip was very much focused around seeing the various species of grouse and  Rosy-Finches and hence, we were just a bit too early for many of Colorado’s summer visitors.  The trip proved very successful on all fronts....Alex Bevan reports.

N. and S. Dakota and Minnesota:

Minnesota and North Dakota 27 May-4 June 2008

  • The region holds several species which are not easy to see in many other parts of the US, such as Baird's Sparrow, Sprague's Pipit, breeding Chestnut-collared and McCown's Longspur, Connecticut Warbler etc...Edward Rickson reports.

Minnesota, 9-13 June 2005

  • For Westerners, the birding was good and we started our “trip list” by chalking up typical Eastern bird species like Wild Turkey, Red-bellied Woodpecker, Eastern Wood-Pewee, Sedge Wren, American Redstart, Indigo Bunting, Swamp Sparrow, Northern Cardinal, and Baltimore Oriole....Andy and Ellen Stepniewski report.

Minnesota, Dakotas and Northeastern Wyoming June 29 - July 18, 2004

  • Where can you go on holiday in July, be certain of a lot of birds, and of speaking the language? I decided to go to Minnesota and adjacent prairie states. about a month in advance.....Jan Hein van Steenis reports.

North Central USA (12th - 20th June '99)

  • This trip was, I believe, fairly unique in that it was organised entirely through EBN, and the three participants were complete strangers until the start of the trip... Everything from how to scare away Mountain Lions to coping with Poison Ivy...and over two hundred species of birds in the week... Gruff Dodd reports.


Montana, 7-12 July 2005

  • We spent six full days birding and hiking Montana, sampling four of its many mountain ranges, visiting a number of prairie areas, both shortgrass and tallgrass, and finally, enjoyed sampling a number of the states very productive marshes and pothole lakes...Andy and Ellen Stepniewski report.


Birding Oklahoma, USA (.pdf) 23rd March - 11th April, Sjoerd Radstaak

Wyoming Reports:

Wyoming, Utah, and California August 2009

  • I send you a nature trip report that I did on August 2009 to Wyoming, Utah, and California (USA). I saw lots of birds and mammals. I think that it is a very interesting trip, highly recommended...Antonio Rodriguez reports.

Wyoming (July 2000)

  • Wyoming is a state of spectacular mountains, vast evergreen forests, prairie country, expansive sagebrush and lots of lakes, streams and rivers. In Wyoming there is almost always a mountain range in the distance and many people have mountain images of Wyoming, with visions of the great parks -Yellowstone and Grand Teton - conjured up whenever the state's name is mentioned.....Jan Vermeulen reports



A Birder's Guide to Planning North American Trips




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Some Useful bird books for Arizona, Dakotas, Minnesota, Wyoming, Arizona:
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The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America: Buy from or

The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America: Buy from or

The Sibley Guide to Birds has quickly become the new standard of excellence in bird identification guides. Now come two new portable guides from David Sibley that every birder will want to carry into the field. Compact and comprehensive. Good illustrations. Great value for money.

The Sibley Guide to Birds (Audubon Society Nature Guides Ser.)
David Allen Sibley: Buy from or

  • David Sibley's new field guide to the birds of North America renders all the existing guides obsolete at one stroke. The book itself is beautifully produced and crafted - the sort of book that gives pleasure just in the handling of it.

Field Guide to the Birds of North America
National Geographic: Buy from or

  • One of the best field guide available... the big improvement for me in the new edition was the distribution maps, which have been done from scratch. Not only are they much more legible than the old ones, but they are much more accurate.

Birdfinder : A Birder's Guide to Planning North American Trips (Aba Birdfinding Guide)
Jerry A. Cooper: Buy from or

  • A do it yourself guide to birding trips around the country including detailed itineraries. Professionals in the nature tours trade may want to keep this book a secret since it allows anybody to reproduce many of their trips at a significant cost saving.

A Guide to Bird-Finding in New Jersey
William J: Buy from or

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