For more information or to sign up for one of our trips, call Charles at 888-203-7464 or directly at 720-320-1974 or by email at info@PIBird.com.
Norm Lewis has guided numerous birding tours across North America, including multiple trips to Southeast Arizona, Florida, the Rio Grande Valley, the Upper Texas Coast, Nebraska and the Platte River Valley, North Carolina, New Mexico and elsewhere. For 21 years he has led monthly trips across Colorado for the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Recently, he has hosted a trip to Costa Rica and looks forward to guiding his flock of loyal bird enthusiasts to other destinations around the world.
Norm is always good for a quick and tricky identification. He is always helpful with a quick lesson on the finer points of bird identification in the field.
Norm is a Past-President of the Colorado Field Ornithologists and Denver Field Ornithologists. He is also on staff at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Southeast Arizona Birding
Jesse Huth was born and raised in the Texas Hill Country, and began birding at the age of six. He quickly joined up with local birding groups, and started going on birding trips all over the state. He eventually started leading local trips for the Wimberley Birding Society, and captaining a team in the Great Texas Birding Classic almost every year. He regularly conducts bird surveys for landowners who maintain wildlife management plans on their properties around Texas. Now with 18 years experience birding in Texas he has begun to lead a number of Texas trips for the Partnership for International Birding, and assist with other trips around the country.
Jesse enjoys birding all over the world, including many parts of the United States, India, Bahamas, and the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in Ukraine.
He recently graduated from Texas A&M with an M.S. in poultry welfare and behavior, and a B.S. in poultry science. When not birding, Jesse runs a poultry consultation business to help small flock owners correctly raise, house, feed, care for, and understand their chickens.