ABA Tanzania was a blast, ABA Colombia is up Next!

We wanted to look back at ABA Tanzania, the phenomenal group of folks we had, and the amazing things we saw. This was our fourth event with the American Birding Association, our biggest yet, and it was a thrill for all involved. There were a couple of “legs” to this trip: we convened on the lush slopes of Mt. Meru, at the safari capital of East Africa – Arusha, Tanzania – and then we were off for Tarangire National Park, followed by the endless plains of the Serengeti, before finishing up in one of the world’s most incredible natural wonders, the Ngorongoro Crater.

Papua New Guinea – Birding in Paradise

Of all the world’s birding tours destinations, Papua New Guinea would have to rank as the most fascinating and exotic. New Guinea, the planet’s second largest island, was the last inhabited landmass to be explored by Europeans. These virtually untouched forests come alive with the sights and sounds of dazzling birds with iridescent colours and elaborate plumes in one of the most astonishing exhibits of the natural world…

Jump Like an Egyptian

On his most recent Ghana birding tour, veteran Rockjumper guide Rich Lindie encountered one of Africa’s most sought-after birds, the unique Egyptian Plover. Here Rich recounts witnessing some fascinating behavior by this stunning bird, and he managed to captured these breath-taking images in the process. Jump Like an Egyptian by Rich Lindie I recently had the privilege of…