Discovering Riviera Nayarit Naturally

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Click to open the image gallery. All images by Flo Nestor. Local guide Jose Inocencio Banuelos (aka Chencho) skippered the motorized small boat (panga) into La Tovara National Park, up the Rio San Cristobal and on some of its 60-mile waterway system through mangrove swamps teeming with flora and fauna. “Riviera Nayarit is one best… Read more »

Considered the "Serengeti of the Sea," Monterey Bay is considered one of the most productive destinations for pelagic trips in the world. The sanctuary provides habitat for 34 species of marine mammals and 94 species of seabirds

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A nature-loving mom takes her gamer son down to Gulf Shores, Alabama to blend beaches and bird watching.

White Ibis at J.N, 'Ding' Darling NWR by Steve Hillebrand

'Ding' Darling is a much-visited refuge on Sanibel Island best known for its spectacular populations of colorful wading birds, such as Roseate Spoonbills, Brown and American White Pelicans, Wood Storks, White Ibis and Snowy Egrets.

Brown Noddy, Antigua, by Ted Eubanks

There are reportedly 365 beaches in Antigua, one for each day of the year. Each is seductive, each will tempt you. But head to the offshore islands and tropical forests to find the best birds.

Magnificent Frigatebird with chick, Antigua, by Ted Eubanks

Stunning images of the birds of Antigua and Barbuda, captured by conservationist and ecotourism specialist Ted Eubanks.

Trip Report: Texas Whooping Cranes & The Lower Rio Grande

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Birding trip report for the Rio Grande valley in Texas, February 24 – March 3, 2012 (High Lonesome BirdTours)