Rails, Sparrows & Carnivorous Plants, A Virtual Tour of Southeast NC

Southeast NC

VB
96 reviews
May 17 - 17, 2021
Group size: 1 - 95
Rails, Sparrows & Carnivorous Plants, A Virtual Tour of Southeast NC
Southeast NC

96 reviews

May 17 - 17, 2021
Group size: 1 - 95

About this trip

Join Aaron on Zoom at 6 pm, Monday, May 17th for a virtual tour of Southeastern North Carolina where we will discover rails, sparrows and carnivorous plants!

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Ventures Birding Tours
96 reviews
Small travel company based in Asheville, NC, specializing in birding & nature tours both locally & worldwide.

Reviews

Good trip. Good variety of birds, including 3 species not yet seen by me in NC. I like Kevin's laid back style and I always learn something new when I go out with him.
By Howard B for Whip-poor-wills and Woodcocks (2) on 14 Apr, 2021
Good refresher - especially the hints that can be used for some of the warbler songs.
By Howard B for Warbler Warm-up Online on 14 Apr, 2021
We went to a variety of habitats and saw a terrific variety of birds. The leader was flexible and even pulled the group over safely on the road when he noticed a good bird for the season and location. The trip was good for both novice birders and serious birders. The trip leader accommodated target birds while sticking with the agenda. The trip leader followed all Covid-19 recommended precautions. The trip leader had an excellent sense of humor and made it a fun day with lots of species of birds in pretty places. A very pleasant experience with Ventures Birding Tours, at a surprisingly low rate. Highly recommend this group for affordable fun birding - for all birding levels from beginner to experienced lister.
By Elsa A for Peregrines, Ducks, & Early Spring Birds on 13 Apr, 2021
The program provided a great timely review of warblers. I always learn something new and helpful from Ventures guides!
By Alan's Email L for Warbler Warm-up Online on 07 Apr, 2021
Kevin did a very nice job of packing in a review of 23 warbler species. There's a lot to recall! But it helps us get ready for the upcoming Warbler weekend and the Spring migration that's ongoing here in NC.
By Ross M for Warbler Warm-up Online on 07 Apr, 2021
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