|Photo by Bill Schmoker
|Norm Lewis has guided numerous birding tours across North America, including multiple
trips to Southeast Arizona, Alaska, Florida, the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, the Upper Texas
Coast, California, Nebraska and the Platte River Valley, North Carolina, New Mexico and
elsewhere. Indiana is his home state, where his brother taught him about bird watching.
For over twenty 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, Ecuador and several
other of our South American destinations.
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 the Past-President of the Colorado Field Ornithologists and a Research Associate in
the Department of Zoology with the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
|Norm Lewis is always ready to get in the field and find some good
birds. He will also assure you have a good time.
|Harry Fuller has been leading Pacific Coast bird trips for two decades. He frequently teaches bird classes for
Point Reyes Field Seminars and other non-profits. He will be leading a field trip at the annual Point Reyes Bird
Festival in May. He has led trips for Golden Gate Audubon of San Francisco to Malheur and the Oregon
Cascades. He frequently leads custom trips in Oregon and Northern California.
He has recently completed the soon to be published "Bird Guide to I-5" for birding Oregon, Washington and
Northern Callifornia. He teaches classes in the history of American ornithology and is currently writing a birding
guide, including sites in Oregon and Washington.
Check out his blog www.atowhee.wordpress.com and his birding website http://www.towhee.net/history/index.html.
|David has loved natural history his entire life, and he has seriously studied birds and butterflies for over
twenty years. For nearly two decades, he has lead trips for local bird clubs and Audubon groups, first
starting with the Tennessee Ornithological Society (TOS). That soon led to organizing trips farther afield,
and he now guides 8 to 12 trips per year for the Partnership for International Birding.
David has led trips all around the US and to other countries, including Panama, Ecuador, Mexico and
In addition to birding, David spends a lot of time documenting species for county lists and photographing
butterflies and dragonflies. David is also involved in annual BioBlitzes and bird counts, and his advice on
the distribution of certain species is sought out in both Tennessee and Pennsylvania. He has been in
active leadership roles in the Tennessee Ornithological Society and other birding and conservation efforts.
He has worked at the University of Tennessee in the Entomology and Plant Pathology Department. He
has an M.S. degree from UT and a B.S. in biology research from the Univ. of Scranton in Pennsylvania.
He has recently moved back to his home state of Pennsylvania, and he now works full-time for the
Partnership for International Birding. As a Partner in the Partnership for International Birding, he is more
than happy to guide anywhere in the United States and/or host a birding trip in most any country.
|For more information or to register for this trip, call Charles at 888-203-7464 or
Charles directly at 720-320-1974 or by email at info@PIBird.com.