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Let's Go Birding!

Here you can find a wide variety of exciting birding tours from around the world. Birding is our passion and we enjoy sharing our experience with other like-minded travellers, from beginners to expert alike. We truly believe that our combination of small groups, competitively priced and attractive itineraries, and our excellent leaders will provide you with the perfect birding and wildlife tour. So let's go birding!

The stunning Usambara Eagle Owl  (on right) is a species we hope to see on our Tanzania tour in June 2020.

usambara eagle owl

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So why not join a Zoothera tour and let us take you to some of the best birding locations to see some amazing birds?

  • White-bowed Owl - Isalo, Madagascar 2019_00033
  • Velvet Asity - Ranomafana, Madagascar 2019_00025
  • Scaly Ground Roller - Andasibe-Mantadia, Madagascar 2019_00032
  • Narrow-billed Tody
  • Blyth's Tragopan
  • shorebirds at Miranda by Brent Stephenson
  • Kokako by Brent Stephenson
  • Lilac-cheeked Kingfisher
  • Undulated Antpitta - Rio Blanco, Colombia 2019_00147
  • Kaikoura Pelagic 154
  • Sword-billed Hummingbird - Observatorio des Colibries, Colomba 2019_00065
  • Rainbow-bearded Thornbill - Termas Hotel, Colombia 2019_00011
  • Lesser Florican 8 - Ajmer 2019_00026
  • White-plumed Antbird
  • Silver-breasted Broadbill - Hongbenghe, Yunnan 2020_00253
  • Common Green Magpie - Hongbenghe, Yunnan 2020_00249
  • Hill Partridge - Baihualing, Yunnan 2020_00205

LATEST NEWS

SEE OUR FULL TOUR PROGRAMME FOR 2020/21

New Tours

We've been busy adding some new tours to our website over the holidays, and there will be more on the way in the very near future!

Here's just a few tours to whet the appetite!

fischer's starling

Our take on Tanzania will see us exploring the West & East Usambara Mountains in search of endemics and truly scarce birds such as Pot-throat, Black-fronted Bushshrike (left), Usambara Akalat, Füllerborn´s Boubou, Red-capped Forest Warbler and Usambara Weaver amongst others. We also visit the South Pare Mountains, Arusha & Tarangire for the full safari experience including all the mammals one would expect. See the full Usambara Mountains itinerary here.

wilson's bird-of-paradise

Our unique 2 week tour visits the Cyclops & Arfak Mountains, Sorong & Waigeo. Imagine watching the amazing displays of Wilson's, Twelve-wired and King Bop's. Othe key species inc Red, Lesser & Magnificent Bop's, Pale-billed Sicklebill, Vogelkop Superb Bop, Western Parotia, Vogelkop Bowerbird, Western Crowned Pigeon, Papuan Pitta and more.  Just 2 spaces left!

crescent-faced antpitta

Colombia has quickly risen to stardom as the number one birding destination in South America. With its 1900+ species of birds, it holds more than any other country in the world. Of added interest are the almost 90 endemic species to be found here. We’ll look for such iconic birds as Bogota Rail, Brown-banded, Bicolored, Crescent-faced (left), Undulated and Slate-crowned Antpittas & much more! A visit to the fabled Santa Marta Mountains at the end of the tour provides a fitting climax to an awesome tour.

Birdwatch Magazine Reader Holidays to India

We are delighted to announce our new partnership with Birdwatch Magazine and are offering two reader holidays to northern India in late 2020.

The first tour visits Jhalana Safari Park in search of Leopard, before heading to Ranthambhore, which offers a great chance to observe the majestic Bengal Tiger, as well as Painted Spurfowl (right). Following this we will head to Agra and the incomparable Taj Mahal before reaching the Chambal River with its Indian Skimmers, and finally the birding mecca of Bharatpur. As well as the amazing wildlife, we will, of course, focus on the wealth of birdlife on offer. From Sarus Cranes and Black-necked Storks, to some of the best birds in the subcontinent such as Black-bellied Tern, Indian Courser, Painted Sandgrouse, Siberian Rubythroat, Brook's Leaf Warbler and Sind Sparrow.

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Our second tour reaches the foothills of the mighty Himalayas at Corbett National Park, Pangot and Sat Tal. Key target species include Ibisbill and Wallcreeper, but there's a multitude of other amazing species. High on our 'want list' will be Cheer Pheasant, Tawny Fish Owl, Scaly-breasted Woodpecker, Collared Falconet, Black-headed Jay, Chestnut-headed Tesia, Upland Pipit, Spot-winged Grosbeak and more amongst a plethora of babblers, bulbuls, thrushes, warblers, finches and buntings. Plus the added exceitement of more Tiger sightings.

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