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Alaska Birding Tours
Wildlife Viewing, Photography

Customized Ecotours

TOLL FREE: 1-800-725-3327

Great Horned Owl

Grossbeak feeding young.


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We bird the entire Kenai Peninsula and provide pelagic birding tours on the eastern side of the peninsula out of Resurrection Bay in Seward. Our trips are by vehicle, hikes, canoe, kayaks, powerboats and drift boats. We offer backyard birding to pelagic trips. Small group birding trips to Nome can be added to the Kenai Peninsula outings and customized to fit what the group is looking for in an Alaskan adventure.

Our most popular pelagic birding trip is on Resurrection Bay out of Seward. Our daughter Leanne and her husband Dan operate The Seward House, providing you with ocean view suites. On these personalized trips, expect to see thousands of seabirds including horned and tufted puffins, thick billed and common murres, shearwaters, black oyster catchers, auklets, murrelets, kittiwakes, red faced cormorants, bald eagles and many more species. Whales, sea otter, sea lions, and porpoises are usually seen on these trips as well.

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Our birding trips by drift boat pass through remote stretches of the Alaskan wilderness. We usually see 30 to 50 or more species of birds as well as a wide variety of other wildlife on a delightful, relaxing, quiet drift boat trip through a remote stretch of the Kenai River.

Click here for a complete listing of birds
on the Kenai and our letter to birders.

Young Moose    Bald Eagle

Wildlife viewing opportunities abound. You'll have the pleasure of seeing moose at nearly every turn, eagles soaring overhead and bays and inlets teeming with life.

We look forward to seeing you on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska's vacationland.

The Marlows

This trip can even be combined with fishing. The opportunities are endless because whatever your passion for the outdoors, we have it here on the Kenai Peninsula.


Birding Links:


Birding Forum - The Net's Largest Birding Community Dedicated To Wild Birds

Birding Trip To Nome, Alaska

Alaska Department of Fish & Game's Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge:

A to Z for Birders

Kenai National Wildlife Refuge:

ABA American Birding Association:

Excellent bird photo gallery:

World wide birding and lots of information:

Project FeederWatch:

Cornell Lab of Ornithology:
1-800-843-2473 feederwatch information

Homer Shorebird Festival:

Alaska Birdhouse Construction:

Alaska Bird Observatory including bird quiz:

USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center

Birding Site by two Danish birders and brothers, Ulrik and Christian Svane.

The Fatbirder (UK) Birding Webring is a collection of quality birding web sites that are based in the United Kingdom.

Visit the webring homepage for more information, or click here to add your site to the ring.

A complete list of all the sites in the webring is available by clicking here.

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For more information or reservations contact:
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P.O. Box 2465 P
Soldotna, AK 99669

Outside of Alaska
Call Toll Free 1-800-725-3327






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