Bird Trail Travel Agents Omaha NE

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Audrey Hulsey
(402) 390-0122
1034 S 74Th Plaza
Omaha, NE
Agency
Pegasus Travel Center
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.travelsense.org

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Stacy Beebee
(320) 762-1544
1034 S 74Th Plaza
Omaha, NE
Agency
Bursch Travel/American Express
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.burschtravel.com

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Travel Faire
(402) 397-6900
Omaha, NE
 
Sue Bernt
(402) 399-4500
Suite 700
Omaha, NE
Agency
Travel and Transport, Inc.
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.tandt.com

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Mary Kinen
(402) 399-4500
Suite 700
Omaha, NE
Agency
Travel and Transport, Inc.
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.tandt.com

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Gayle Herold
(402) 556-5804
4821 Farnam St
Omaha, NE
Agency
OohRah Travel
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.travelsense.org

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True Travel Inc
(402) 691-5211
Omaha, NE
 
ABC Corporate Service Inc
(402) 885-8945
Omaha, NE
 
Tailored Travel Inc
(402) 397-7644
Omaha, NE
 
Joyce Frazier
(402) 399-4500
Suite 700
Omaha, NE
Agency
Travel and Transport, Inc.
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.tandt.com

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Birding Trails

North America's New Birding Trails

Adapted from an article by Mel White

BWD's first article on birding trails in September 2001 listed 19 birding trails in the United States and Canada. Since then, at least that number of new trails has created or is being established, and there have been numerous links added to existing trails. The current pace of birding-trail births is quite rapid, and we have compiled this list of all the trails that were not on that original list. Check out a brief history of birding trails in the U.S., information on specific flyways, and find contact information on each trail.

Birding Trail Listing

  • Great Florida Birding Trail
  • Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trail
  • Audubon Niagara Birding Trail
  • Connecticut River Birding Trail
  • Great River Birding Trail
  • Birding Drives Dakota
  • Great Plains Trail of Oklahoma
  • Great Pikes Peak Birding Trail
  • Southwest New Mexico Birding Trail
  • Great Montana Birding and Wildlife Trail
  • Utah Birding Trails
  • Great Washington State Birding Trail
  • Oregon Cascades Birding Trail
  • Klamath Basin Birding Trail
  • Eastern Sierra Birding Trail

Birding the Central Flyway

  • The Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail
  • Heart of Texas, High Plains Wildlife Trails
  • Creole Nature Trail
  • John James Audubon Birding Trail
  • Pine to Prairie Birding Trail
  • Minnesota River Valley Birding Trail

Birding the Atlantic Flyway

  • Colonial Coast Birding Trail
  • Alabama Coastal Birding Trail
  • Charles Kuralt Trail
  • Lake Champlain Birding Trail
  • Greater Eastern Ontario Birding Trail

Following the Pacific Flyway

  • Southeastern Arizona Birding Trail
  • Central Coast Birding Trail

Great Florida Birding Trail

In 2001, one segment of the proposed four-part Great Florida Birding Trail had been completed: the East Section, which includes such excellent destinations as Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, the Disney Wilderness Preserve, and Highlands Hammock and Kissimmee Prairie Preserve state parks. Since then, two more parts of the trail have opened.

The West Section was dedicated in 2002, covering 117 sites in 18 "clusters" from the Georgia state line south to Tampa Bay and Bradenton. In the north, you'll find Mississippi kite, wild turkey, red-cockaded woodpecker, brown-headed nuthatch, pine warbler, and Bachman's sparrow at Osceola National Forest. Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, near Gainesville, is known for its impressive wintering flocks of sandhill crane, along with nesting least bittern, purple gallinule, and king rail, and various wintering wrens and sparrows. Lower Suwannee NWR provides access to bald cypress swamps and bottomland hardwoods, good for everything from anhinga and swallow-tailed kite to barred owl and northern parula. The causeway to Honeymoon Island State Park hosts good numbers of waders and shorebirds throughout the year, and the island itself is home to nesting osprey, snowy ...

Author: Bird Watcher's Digest

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