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Birdfinders Birdwatching Tours http://www.birdfinders.co.uk/
Birding Adventures with Paddy Cunningham http://www.birdadventure.com/
Bird Treks http://www.birdtreks.com/
Bird Ventures http://www.birdventures.com/
Birdwatching Holidays http://www.birdholidays.co.uk/
Bone Island Bird Expeditions, Key West and the Florida Keys http://www.boneisland.com/
Burbage Birders Travel Club, specialise in guided birding holidays to Florida http://www.burbagebirders.co.uk/
Central Florida Bird Watchers http://www.cfbw.com/
Eagle-Eye Tours http://www.eagle-eye.com/
EarthFoot's Birding Tours http://www.earthfoot.org/
Everglades Birding, custom tours to find birds in de the Everglades http://www.evergladesbirding.com/
Flora & Fauna Field Tours http://ca.geocities.com/milsomdave1@rogers.com/
Florida Bird Guides http://floridabirdguides.com/
Limosa Birdwatching & Wildlife Holidays Worldwide http://www.limosaholidays.co.uk/
Ornitour (italian birdwatching tour operator) http://www.naturetourflorida.com/
Paddy Cunningham Birding Adventures, South Florida and Everglades Specialist. Annual Tours to Merrit Island, Northern and Central Florida, Eastern Shore of Virginia One annual trip to the tropics-Costa Rica, Panama, Jamaica, or Dominican Republic http://www.birdadventure.com/
Reelin & Chillin Charters, Photography and Birding Trips http://www.ornitour.it/
Sarasota Birding Guides / Rick Greenspunt, Sarasota Area and have been birding here for 30 years. birddoggie1@gmail.com
South Florida Birding http://www.southfloridabirding.com/
Wing Birding Tours http://wingsbirds.com/
Audubon Chapters and other organisations with regular field trips:  
Alachua Audubon Society, field trips are for both beginning and seasoned birders, members and non-members.  Dress appropriately to ward off the mosquitoes (especially in September and October). Most trips will be over by lunch http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/aud/
Apalachee Audubon Society, regular field trips http://apalachee.org/
Audubon Society of the Everglades, regular field trips http://www.auduboneverglades.org/
Audubon of Martin County, regular field trips http://audubonmartincounty.org/
Audubon of Southwest Florida , offers a variety of field trips http://www.audubonswfl.org/
Bay County Audubon Society ,regular field trips, you do not have to be a member to participate http://baycountyaudubon.org/
Choctawhatchee Audubon Society, All levels of experience, members and non-members alike are invited to all events. You are encouraged to wear long pants and bring binoculars, a bird book, and bug spray http://www.choctawhatcheeaudubon.org/
Clearwater Audubon Society,field trips are free and involve 2 to 4 hours of fun for bird, wildlife & outdoor lovers. Appropriate clothes & shoes include: Sun screen & insect repellant, field guides, drinking water. Some destinations have no or only primitive facilities; {brackets} indicate those sites. We'll take rest stops elsewhere as needed. http://www.clearwateraudubon.org/
Collier County Audubon Society, All trips are open to anyone interested in birding, wildlife watching, and exploring Florida's natural areas. No reservations are necessary unless indicated http://www.collieraudubon.org/
Duval Audubon Society,Our field trips are for both beginners and seasoned birders. Don't forget your drinking water, sunscreen, and mosquito repellantrips are open to anyone interested in birding, wildlife watching, and exploring Florida's natural areas. No reservations are necessary unless indicated http://www.duvalaudubon.org/
Flagler Audubon Society , Birding trips by car, boat, and/or foot to educate, entertain, socialize http://www.flaglerlibrary.org/
Four Rivers Audubon Society, regular bird walks http://four-rivers.blogspot.com/
Francis M Weston Audubon Society , regular field trips http://www.fmwaudubon.org/
Halifax River Audubon Society,  join our field trips to discover the best birding areas, hone your ID skills and provide that extra pair or eyes (and ears) to ensure our group spots every species in the area. http://www.halifaxriveras.org/
Hendry Glades Audubon Society, regular field trips http://www.orgsites.com/fl/hgaudubon/
Highlands County Audubon Society, regular field trips http://highlandsaudubon.org
Kissimmee Valley Audubon Society, ca. 10 field trips each year, the public is invited http://www.kissimmeeaudubon.org/
Lake Region Audubon Society, We sponsor migrating bird walks every Saturday from mid-August through October at Saddle Creek Park on Rt. 92 in Lakeland Also bird walks on Thursdays, November through March http://www.lakeregion.net/
Manatee County Audubon Society, Bring bag lunch. Visitors are welcome. Many trips leave from the Main Post Office at 824 Manatee Avenue West in Bradenton (see individual trips for departure locations) Please arrive at least five minutes before departure times. Trips leave as scheduled. Check the Night Heron or the web site for last minute changes http://www.manateeaudubon.org/
Marion County Audubon Society , Field trip fee $1 per adult. Children under 12 free. To know more about the location, accessibility, time, weather conditions and carpooling options, call Carolyn at (352) 817-6715 or (352) 622-2850 http://www.marioncountyaudubon.com/
Oklawaha Valley Audubon Society, field trips, visit the best birding areas around central Florida. Bring a lunch and your binoculars to the assembly location. Often there are more than one trip per month. Included is a boat trip to see water birds from the water. The calendar lists field trip dates and locations. See Birding for more. http://www.marioncountyaudubon.com/
Orange Audubon Society, field trips, limited edition field trips and overnight field trips http://www.orangeaudubonfl.org/
Peace River Audubon Society,  "Walk-Abouts" and "Field Trips". Walk-abouts are on the first Tuesday of the month (October-May), are designed to be more local, and are typically a low impact morning walk. Walk-Abouts begin at 8:00 a.m. at the park entrance, unless otherwise noted. Field trips tend to be more of a nature adventure, and are often a greater travel distance from our 'home' area. They occur on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Additional trips are occasionally scheduled. Field trips usually begin at 7:00 a.m., unless otherwise noted. Reservations are not necessary but you are welcome to contact the trip organizer for further information limited edition field trips and overnight field trips http://www.peaceriveraudubon.org/
Pelican Island Audubon Society,  regular field trips http://www.pelicanislandaudubon.org/
Pelican Harbor Seabird Station , regular field trips for students http://www.pelicanharbor.bizland.com/
Ridge Audubon Society, If you are a local, then we would like to invite you to come join us for a local program or field trip. If you are searching the web for an upcoming trip to our area and looking around for local birding areas, then please drop us an email if you have any questions Or, simply drop by the center and say Hi. http://www.ridgeaudubon.org/
Sanibel-Captiva Audubon Society, Weekly bird walks cover a variety of habitat. Come meet new people and see who is out there. Saturdays at 8:00 am - Suggested donation $2.00/person http://www.ridgeaudubon.org/
Sarasota Audubon Society, Field trips are open to anyone interested in birding, wildlife watching or exploring Florida's natural areas. A suggested donation of $2 for members and $4 for non-members is most welcome. You may choose to join us for a day trip with a group from SAS to one of our many birding hotspots in Sarasota county (see day trips schedule) or you can hire your own private birding guide to look for those Florida specialties. Private guiding is available for $15.00 dollars per hour for up to three people, plus expenses (fuel, meals, lodging if necessary). http://www.sarasotaaudubon.org/
Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary , a few times a year they organize a free educational tour and presentation - Identifying Florida Birds. Learn how to distinguish certain birds and their calls http://www.seabirdsanctuary.org/
Seminole Audubon Society, Meeting places and times vary. Last minute changes may be needed due to weather or other issues. It is essential to call in advance. Trips are open to the public http://www.seminoleaudubon.org/
Southeast Volusia Audubon Society, Field trips begin at 8:00 a.m. unless otherwise noted. Meet in the Market Square parking lot in Edgewater, (at the corner of Ridgewood Ave and Indian River Blvd) between Dunkin Donuts and Chik-Fil-A. Bring insect repellent and rain gear as well as lunch, snacks and drinks.You do not have to be a member to attend http://www.sevolusiaaudubon.org/
Space Coast Audubon Society, All field trips are open to the public and are free unless there is an admittance fee to the park. They are generally geared towards the beginner and intermediate birder, but all levels are welcomed http://www.spacecoastaudubon.org/
St. Johns County Audubon Society, regular field trips, Most of our field trips will be scheduled at our favorite local destinations http://www.stjohnsaudubon.org/
St. Petersburg Audubon Society , regular field trips http://www.stpeteaudubon.org/
Tampa Audubon Society, rfield trips are open to the public and unless noted otherwise are free. If you have any ideas for trips that you would like to see added in the future, please e-mail Jo Anne Hartzler at fieldtrips@audubon.org or call (813)310-7676. http://www.tampaaudubon.org/
Tropical Audubon Society, All trips are led by volunteer leaders from the Tropical Audubon Society. Unless otherwise indicated, they are free and open to the public, and reservations are not necessary http://www.tropicalaudubon.org/
Venice Area Audubon Society, offers many educational programs and field trip opportunities http://www.veniceaudubon.org/
West Pasco Audubon Society, regular field trips http://www.westpascoaudubon.com/
West Volusia Audubon Society, Leave your troubles behind and come birding with us. Interested birders and contingents from other chapters are always welcome on day trips http://www.volusia.org/birding/wvaudubon.htm
Amateur guides:  
Birding Pal, Florida http://www.birdingpal.org/fl.htm

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