It’s just another day in Paradise for us, except we actually are in Paradise, Michigan, an excellent base camp for visiting Taquamenon Falls and Whitefish Point.
Where to go birding: outdoor destinations, conservation sites, and guided tours.
Winter is the best time to visit Orlando Wetlands Park, a prime birding destination located along SR 50 between Orlando and Titusville in the small town of Christmas.
Taking a 6-hour tour from Laughlin, Nevada to the (original) London Bridge in Arizona is quite a commitment of time, but a fascinating Colorado River journey.
Protecting the swamp forest where the Ashepoo River rises, Walterboro Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as Great Swamp Sanctuary, offers more than 4 miles of trails for exploration of the swamp.
With wind, water, and vast swaths of public land protecting the oceanfront and Pamlico Sound, the Outer Banks immerse visitors in a natural seashore experience unparalleled on the East Coast
Atlantic City, New Jersey, isn’t where you’d expect a nature trail. But the 1.1 mile AC Waterfront Sculpture Walk, a great birding destination, leads you along a panorama of Atlantic City’s wild spaces.
Bringing an endangered species back from the brink of extinction, the Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge provides a success story for conservation.
Located in Baraboo, Wisconsin, the International Crane Foundation is a Noah’s Ark of the world’s cranes, ensuring a breeding population into the future.
Cruise through the Ten Thousand Islands of Everglades National Park and set foot on a pristine barrier island while tracking the behavior of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins with Sea Excursions, based on Marco Island.
Parakeets fly free in aviaries at Vogelspark Marlow, a unique “bird zoo” in northern Germany.
Today, Paynes Prairie and the air around it was filled with white birds. Pelicans! Hundreds of them! Wood storks, herons, and egrets too. Quite the gathering.