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SOSSA organises regular pelagic trips from Wollongong, New South Wales and Southport, Queensland, Australia
Wilderness and wildlife cruises along Bruny Island to view sea cliffs, seals, dolphins, whales, seabirds and eagles.
Close encounters with wildlife on land and at sea on the Tasmanian coast of Australia.
Voyagers Travel began operations in 2002 with base in Quito, the capital of Ecuador.
Kaikoura is known as the Albatross Capital of New Zealand. Up to 12 species of albatrosses can be seen along the coastline at Kaikoura.
2.5-hour summer cruises along the Banks Peninsula near Christchurch, South Island, New Zealand cruising out of Akaroa Harbour, beside steep cliffs, archways and sea caves with fur seals, dolphins, whales, orcas, penguins, flying seabirds, fish and sharks.
Heritage Expeditions was formed in 1985, as a way of increasing awareness and conservation of the natural world through responsible expedition travel. Heritage Expeditions visit the New Zealand sub-Antarctic islands - havens for some of the most abundant and unique wildlife on the planet. The islands are comprised of five groups: the Bounty Islands, the Antipodes, the Snares, the Auckland Islands and Campbell Island along with Australia's Macquarie Island.
Cruises to view albatrosses, petrels and other wildlife to Otago Peninsula, Otago Harbour and Taiaroa Head, South Island, New Zealand
The Paparoa Nature Tours private wildlife sanctuary and petrel-viewing facility is located within lush sub-tropical rainforest near Punakaiki on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island, featuring the largest mainland burrow-nesting petrel, the Westland Petrel Procellaria westlandica, at its only breeding grounds.
The Royal Albatross Colony at Taiaroa Head, on the tip of the Otago Peninsula, New Zealand, is the only mainland breeding colony for any albatross species found in the southern hemisphere
Full day seabird tours based out of Tutukaka, in northern New Zealand. 65 species so far have been recorded. Tours are run in conjunction with The Petrel Station Project's long-term at-sea sightings research project.
Zino's Petrel Pelagic Expeditions. Three afternoons at sea chumming to ID and photograph Zino's, Fea's and Bulwer’s Petrels and White-faced, Madeiran and other Storm Petrels.
Day-long pelagic trips for seabirds out of Cape Town, South Africa run on a non-profit basis to support albatross research and conservation.
Pelagic birding off southern Africa's shores varies from the warm tropical waters of the north-west and north-east coasts to the cold waters off the south coast.
The majority of pelagic trips run out of Half Moon Bay, Monterey Bay and Bodega Bay, and to the Farallon Islands out of central California, USA.
The ABA is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides leadership to birders by increasing their knowledge, skills, and enjoyment of birding. We are the only organization in North America that specifically caters to recreational birders. We also contribute to bird and bird habitat conservation through our varied programs.
Kaʻena Point is the westernmost tip of land on the island of Oʻahu in the Hawaiian islands.
Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge on the Hawaiian island of Kaua'i offers the opportunity to view breeding Laysan Albatrosses
The Refuge and National Memorial serve as the “window” to the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, the only site within the Monument open to the public.