Professional Guided Birding

Everglades Birding Tours

See the vast bird species of the Florida Everglades!

Everglades City & Chokoloskee Island are a birder’s paradise! We are located in the “4 Corners” section of the Everglades where Everglades National Park, 10,000 Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Fakahatcheee Strand State Preserve and Big Cypress National Preserve all meet. Our Everglades Birding Tours is designed to accommodate any interest levels.

Our Birding Tours typically include a combination of tours throughout the day with break for lunch.  Depending on the species you’re looking for we will start with an early morning Hike, Wilderness Drive and/or Kayak Tour.  After the morning tour you’ll have time to get lunch and explore Everglades City and Chokoloskee Island.  In the afternoon you’ll take a Motorboat Tour into the 10,000 Islands where you’ll see 100’s of birds returning to the mangrove islands to roost at sunset.

We Target Your Birds

Some of our guests are searching for a specific species or “Life Birds” on their list.  Some are new to birding and interested in learning about the Everglades bird population.  Since all our tours are private we can customize each tour to fit our guests.  We can take you deep in the wilderness, out to the islands and even around town to locate your birds!  Some of the species we encounter include the Pileated Woodpecker, Roseate Spoonbill, Mangrove Cuckoo, Harrier Hawk, Loggerhead Shrike, and even the Painted Bunting.

The best time to spot the birds is early morning and just before sunset so plan on a full day. We have found the best ways to spot these birds are on a walking tour, kayak, motorboat, or a drive into the wilderness. Most of our birding tours are approximately 6-7 hours and will be customized for your specific request. All birding tours are private with fresh fruit, cold water, and all your necessities provided (even binoculars). Email or give us a call with the birds you are looking for and we can decide the best way to get them.

5-6 Hour birding tour
$250 per person
Children 10 & under Free

Everglades Tour Information

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time for birding in the Everglades?

The birds are here year-round but February to May the migratory birds are here alongside our native birds, which makes for a very productive day. 

Where will we go on the tour?

Our itinerary will be dictated by the types of birds you are interested in and current conditions.  There are active. bird rookeries here different times of the year that we monitor. Along with the year round movements of all our birds that adjust to the water, seasonal change, etc..

What should I bring?

bring your binoculars and camera for sure. I also like to use Merlin the app that helps identify songbirds. And if you are on eBird, I can help you compile your list throughout the day.  Bring any of your favorite ID books,  I will have water, insect repellent and a snack for us as well.

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All online inquiries are responded to within 24 hours. For immediate assistance, please contact us directly by phone at (239) 260-4577.

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