[Tweeters] RFI: Birding the Galapagos

Tracey Kidston photography info at traceykidstonphotography.com
Mon Feb 11 15:12:59 PST 2013

Hi Tyler,

I can highly recommend Natural Habitat http://www.nathab.com/ small boats with two naturalists guides. All of the guides are required to be from the Galapagos Islands so therefore they have a knowledge base that is remarkable and they are all very dedicated to preserving this amazing place. There is also an option of an overnight camping in tree houses on Santa Cruz island not to be missed!

If you are interested contact Rick Guthke at rickg at nathab.com tell him I sent you. This is a Colorado based company that really does impressive work and takes great care of you during the entire trip.

Hope that helps,


From: Tyler Davis
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 1:58 PM
To: tweeters at u.washington.edu
Subject: [Tweeters] RFI: Birding the Galapagos

Hey, Tweeters -

I'm currently in the beginning stages of planning my honeymoon in Ecuador next February (2014), at least a week of which we plan to spend on an expedition cruise in the Galapagos. I've had several suggestions for companies/boats to look into (mostly from my co-workers and colleagues in the travel industry), but I thought I'd survey my trusted friends in Tweeterland since many of my colleagues and co-workers don't really understand what it's like to be a birder.

I'm looking for something small and intimate with a committed focus on natural history. Any suggestions? Thanks!


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