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Belize

February in Belize is a most "birdy" time of year. The birds are very active and vocal, but the weather is not yet too hot.

Costa Rica

Our 2005 tour is concentrated in southern Costa Rica. Quetzals and many species that know no boundary between northern Panama and southern Costa Rica await our observation on this fabulous tour.

Oregon

Oregon is a beautifully varied State with deserts, mountains, and ocean coastline.

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Belize

February in Belize is a most "birdy" time of year. The birds are very active and vocal, but the weather is not yet too hot.

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Costa Rica

Our 2005 tour is concentrated in southern Costa Rica. Quetzals and many species that know no boundary between

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Oregon

Oregon is a beautifully varied State with deserts, mountains, and ocean coastline. For late spring and early migration you can't beat

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Washington

This beautiful and bird-rich tour takes us from the Spokane Valley to the foothills and mountains of the Cascades, and to

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Alaska

Alaska is a awe-inspiring place, due in part to its sheer vastness, but also because of its wilderness and plentiful wildlife.

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Welcome To Our Norita's World

Norita's World© is a personal-sized birding company. We design a few group and private tours each year for senior birdwatchers (and others) who want a slower pace and less rigor than other birding tours can offer, who would like more time to actually WATCH birds, who don't want to get up at the crack of dawn every morning, scramble up and down rugged hillsides, or ride for endless hours without a stop. For some seniors, birds are not as easy to find in the binoculars as they once were, so they want more time to look and then study what they see. If you are not yet ready to hang up your binoculars or walking shoes, want trips that are less rigorous, but still love to travel to beautiful places and discover new birds or see old feathered friends, please contact us. We'll take time to show you the birds "At Your Pace"© . Click here to request more information.

Past Trips

Arizona in May - Trip Report

The first thing people usually want to know is how many birds the group tallied. The answer is 177.

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