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I am relatively new to this area, but have been birding for much of my life. I would
be happy to show birders around the coastal flats, the forested parks or some spots in the Chugach mountain range. I live near the airport, so I may be a convenient stop for some.
Lived in Kotzebue for 3 years and Tok for 10. Recently moved back to Alaska. Looking forward to exploring new areas from Anchorage.
Soldotna, Kenai Peninsula
Starting birding and I really like songbirds, as well as birds of prey.
Have been birding Alaska since 1999 with a great deal of time on the Kenai Peninsula and Chiswell Island group.
If you contact a professional Birdingpal guide you must be prepared to pay a fee for guiding services.
Single and multi-day, private, Alaska birding tours! I lead single day trips based out of Fairbanks where we can see many boreal species.
Each day-trip is catered to your interests, whether that's general birding, or targeting regional specialties. Private, multi-day itineraries can encompass the entire state. Want to see Arctic breeders like Yellow-billed Loon, Spectacled Eider, or Bluethroat? How about chasing the rare and elusive Gray-headed Chickadee? I can make it happen. Whether you want a relaxed morning wandering the boreal forest, a fast-paced epic chasing as many rarities as we can find, or to photograph Alaska's birds, the trip is up to you.
I am a young mother of two, but also a very dedicated birder, and before starting my tour business, I enjoyed serving as the Field Trips chairperson for the Juneau Audubon Society.
All birds excite me, but I am especially passionate about the birds (and other flora and fauna) of my native area in remote Southeast Alaska!
On my three-hour tours, I identify all of the birds we see and hear, as well as share some local Native history, and familiarize guests with the local plants and animals that make the Hoonah area unique.
Living in the area with the densest population of brown bears in the world, we frequently see one on the tour.
I have two high-quality spotting scopes for scanning the ocean and watching a Pigeon Guillemot nesting colony, and also provide binoculars and rain jackets if needed. The tour includes about 30 miles of driving (round trip), and a couple stops including a short 1/4-mile hike.
The hike is mostly flat gravel trail, but includes one moderately steep section.
Experience the beauty and birds of Southeast Alaska's temperate rainforest with a knowledgeable local guide!
Tongass National Forest, Chichagof Island, Icy Strait, Port Frederick
Bald Eagle, Pigeon Guillemot, Varied Thrush, Red-breasted Sapsucker