Baja's Birds & 

Gray Whales

8-day desert oasis adventure

Trip sponsored by the Golden Gate Audubon Society.

7.5% of the trip’s cost  donated to support environmental education and conservation programs.

Feb 17 to Feb 24, 2018

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Gray Thrasher
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Birding Napolo
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  • Explore Baja California’s Cape region in search for birds
     

  • Look for 6 endemic bird species, including the stunning Xantus’s hummingbird and various unique subspecies such as the pale San Lucas Robin.
     

  • Meet 35-ton gray whales during their annual migration to Baja’s coastal lagoons. 
     

  • Baja's provides habitat for thousands residen & migratory shorebirds and waterfowl, including blue-winged and cinnamon teal, American oystercatcher, reddish egrets and tricolored herons.
     

  • We'll visit Bahia Magdalena, one of Baja's largest bays in search of  gray whales

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Meet Juan Carlos 

The expedition leader 

Founder Juan-Carlos Solis is passionate about connecting people to nature and designing programs to experience our planet first-hand. He’s a seasoned expedition leader and naturalist with 20 years of experience managing and leading local trips in California and in all of the world’s 7 continents. While working as Public Programs Manager for the California Academy of Sciences for 9 years and Field Associate for the Ornithology and Mammalogy Research Department, he led several local and international natural history programs including Academy Travel Expeditions to Antarctica, Baja California, Mexico and Canada’s West Coast. He continues to lead trips for other companies and has lectured on environmental education topics in India, Australia, Panama, Chile, Argentina, Mexico, and most recently in Sweden. 

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