Ingrid Morgan, Author at David Bishop
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Welcome to the official David Bishop Bird Tours newsletter. 2016 was quite a year commencing with a very exciting and truly fulfilling five-week expedition to the Arfak Mountains of western New Guinea (Indonesia). This expedition included the discovery of several major new bird distributions. The...

Led by: David Bishop & Nicky Icarangal I was very excited to once again to be returning to these remarkable islands, which are always so full of surprises and gorgeous, gorgeous endemic birds. This was undoubtedly one of the most delightful and well run bird tours...

This was my 29th bird tour to Bhutan. I first began leading bird tours to this magical kingdom in 1994 and have enjoyed the privilege of returning there once or twice a year almost annually since then. So what is it that has makes this particular...

2 July–6 August, 2016 This was truly the trip of a life - time. Indeed it was quite a trip as the following accounts surely indicate. I am enormously indebted to Judith and Alan for the opportunity to design and lead such a very special expedition....

This was an immense tour in scope, execution and success. We were all pretty exhausted by the end but what an amazingly wonderful trip it proved to be. We certainly learnt just how huge this fascinating country is and that it harbours some of the...

Read the full Tour Report here This was without a shadow of doubt the most wonderful and uplifting safari I have ever led to Africa and likely the finest tour of my career. Quite simply I could have easily turned around and done it all again....

Witness with me the spectacle of thousands of shorebirds at Buntal Bay; crunchingly close views of the globally threatened Chinese Egret on its wintering grounds; repeated views of many Pygmy White-eyes feeding at eye-level; a lifer Graybreasted Babbler for KDB at point blank range; a...

Any tour to Borneo is by definition special and this one was no exception. The immensely rich and fascinating biodiversity of this huge island’s fauna and flora has kept me wanting to go back and explore, year after year since the late 1970s. Despite the...

This was my 28th bird tour to Bhutan. I first began leading bird tours to this magical kingdom in 1994 and have enjoyed the privilege of returning there once or twice a year almost annually since then. So what is it that makes this particular...