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Jan 30-Feb 5, 2020
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Guatemala!
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February 1-9/12, 2020
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February 5-16, 2020
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February 15-23, 2020
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Sahara to Atlantic

March 21-31, 2020
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Specialties of Mit
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with Diego Calderon
April 3-14, 2020
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Lesvos: Spring Migration Magic!
April 17-24, 2020
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Spring Tour

April 24-May 8, 2020
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Delaware Shorebird Spectacular!
May 2020
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Sri Lanka Dragonflies!
May 17-30, 2020
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Finland: Owls & Grouse
May 26-June 1, 2020

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Pribilofs, Gambell, Nome, Denali/Kenai, Barrow, Dutch Harbor
May/June 2020

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Norway: The Accessible Arctic
June 1-7, 2020

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Shoebill & Gorilla Special!

July 20-28, 2020
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Peninsular Malaysia
July 31-Aug 12, 2020
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Brazil: Pantanal
Wildlife Safari plus Jardim
Sept 6-9/19,2020
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Chile: Condors, Penguins & Pumas
Oct 10-20, 2020
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Argentina: Valdez & the South
Oct 12-31, 2020
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Jamaica: 29 Endemics
Dec 3-9, 2020
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Japan: Winter Specialties
February 5-16, 2021
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Morocco:
Sahara to Atlantic

March 21-31, 2021
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Lesvos: Spring Migration Magic!
April 16-23, 2021
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Oregon:
Cascades & Malheur

May 18-27, 2021
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Borneo: Sabah
Plus Borneo Rainforest Lodge
Aug 29-Sep 12, 2021
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New Zealand:
Islands of Endemics

Nov 9-29, 2021
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Terns2019 FALL MIGRATION
BIRD WALKS

By popular demand, Frank Mantlik and Frank Gallo will be leading a series of guided bird walks at birding hotspots in central Connecticut. Walks will range from 2-3 hours, weather permitting. Space is limited and advance registration is required for all walks.
Click here for longer field trips and owl prowl>

PLEASE REGISTER FOR BIRD WALKS BY EMAILING THE LEADER. 
Frank Mantlik at mantlik 'at' sbcglobal.net or
Frank Gallo at fgallo 'at' sunrisebirding.com

A confirmation and directions will be emailed a few days prior to the walk. Cost is $10 per walk (unless otherwise noted) payable at the beginning of the walk. Please review and accept our terms and conditions> prior to registering.  Participants are encouraged to dress for the weather, bring binoculars, and any other personal necessities.

For FRANK MANTLIK's WALKS, Click here>       For FRANK GALLO's WALKS, Click here>

FRANK MANTLIK's WALKS: REGISTER ONLINE>
Questions?  Contact Frank at [email protected]

  • Wednesday, November 20, 8 AM: STRATFORD SHORE POINTS (FM)

FRANK GALLO's WALKS:
Questions or to register email Frank at [email protected]

  • Tuesday, November 19, 8 AM: East Shore & Lighthouse Point Parks, New Haven (FG). November is the month for finding songbird rarities and both East Shore and Lighthouse Point Parks are known for getting their fair share.

  • Wednesday, November 20, 8 AM: Great River Walk, Milford (FG)
    This little-known park tucked along the Housatonic River adjoins the extensive Charles Wheeler Wildlife area wetlands and a working farm, and attracts a wide array of species, from raptors to sparrows.

  • Friday, November 22, 8 AM: East Shore & Lighthouse Point Parks, New Haven (FG). November is the month for finding songbird rarities and both East Shore and Lighthouse Point Parks are known for getting their fair share.

  • Monday, November 25, 8 AM: Mondo Ponds, Milford (FG)
    Waterfowl and late migrants at Frank’s Patch.

  • Tuesday, November 26, 8 AM: Sandy Point (FG)
    We’ll be looking for Snow Buntings, Horned Larks, Lapland Longspurs and wintering waterfowl, grebes, and loons.
  • Thursday, December 5, 8 AM: Westport Coast (FG)
    We’ll search the Westport Shores for waterfowl, grebes, loons, and gulls…

  • Wednesday, December 11, 8 AM: Wallingford Geese Chase (FG)
    We’ll be checking the field, ponds and reservoirs in the Wallingford area known for attracting rare geese and ducks.

For FRANK MANTLIK's WALKS, Click here>       For FRANK GALLO's WALKS, Click here>


About Sunrise Birding LLC Bird Walks:

  • Preregistration is required for all programs.
  • Please review the Terms and Conditions prior to registering. 
  • First time attendees will be required to submit a signed copy of the Terms & Conditions.
  • Payment occurs just before the event begins and some programs require payment in advance.  Cash or check accepted.
  • Walks take place entirely outdoors. Be prepared for changing weather conditions. Sanitary facilities may not be readily available.
  • Trails may be over uneven ground and bathroom facilities may not be available. Plan to be out in the field for 2 to 4 hours for local birds walks and longer for workshops and day trips.
  • Though not particularly strenuous, these programs are intended for persons in reasonably good health and physical condition. Participants must be capable of walking over uneven terrain.
  • Footwear should be sturdy. Terrain may be muddy and wet. Footwear should be appropriate for such conditions.
  • Be sure to bring any personal necessities such as sunscreen, insect repellent, and drinking water.
  • Bring binoculars! Participants must supply their own but if you don't have any, please say so ahead of time and we may be able to loan you a pair!
  • Spotting scopes are recommended as they can be very useful for studying birds at a distance.

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