Explore exotic Texas birding with GGAS
Want to broaden your birding horizons and see an astonishing array of new species? Join our trip to South Texas in late February.
The nine-day trip – guided by Naturalist Journeys, experts in Texas birds — will include many subtropical species whose northern range extends just past the Mexican border, as well as many migrants in breeding plumage.
“South Texas may be the most exotic winter birding destination in North America, and the chance to also see endangered Whooping Cranes in good number puts this tour over the top,” said GGAS Travel Coordinator Pat Kirkpatrick.
GGAS member Pamela Clark describes her own great birding experiences in South Texas in a recent blog post. You can read the itinerary and other details of the trip here. It runs from Feb. 26 through March 6th.