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Travel with Golden Gate Audubon in 2018

September 30th, 2017

See the birds of the world with us! We’ve just rolled out our exciting roster of guided birding trips in 2018. Destinations include:

Baja California, including whale watching

Denali and Glacier Bay National Parks in Alaska

Peru, from the Amazon rainforest to the Andes

Costa Rica

Oaxaca (Mexico)

South Texas for spring migration, and

Southern Oregon.

Our trips are carefully chosen to offer world-class birding destinations, expert birding guides, comfortable lodging, seamless logistics, and great companionship. Expand your life list. Discover beautiful and exotic new locations. Explore the local cultures. Make new birding friends. And all the while, relax, knowing you are in the hands of knowledgeable and experienced guides who know the best times and places to find the birds you want to see.

View the full list of trips and dates at goldengateaudubon.org/travel or click here to print out a PDF. Then for detailed itineraries and other information, contact our Travel Coordinators Pat Kirkpatrick at patkirkpatrick14@gmail.com or Rubi Abrams at rabrams2@pacbell.net.

All Golden Gate Audubon Society trips help fund out conservation and environmental education programs…. just another reason to do your birding travel with us.

Hoatzin, one of the target birds on our Peru trip

Meeting a gray whale calf in Baja / Photo by Juan-Carlos Solis

Turquoise-browed Motmot in Costa Rica by Jerry Johnson

Machu Picchu on Peru trip, by Laura Hare

Orange-breasted Bunting on Oaxaca trip, by Ed Eder