BIOME, Ecological & Wildlife Research
BIOME, Ecological & Wildlife Research

PLATEAU Bird Tours

Since birds are our specialty and Arizona is our home, we are happy to offer Southwest guided tours that will provide the best experience for a person visiting Arizona. Several Southwest specialties that are usually known from the Chiricahua, Huachuca, and other southern Arizona 'Sky Islands' can be found right here in our back yard. Such species as the Painted Redstart, Red-faced Warbler, and Olive Warbler are actually quite common on the Colorado Plateau. Couple that with the spectacular scenery of Oak Creek Canyon, the Grand Canyon, and Indian Lands, and you have the makings of a fantastic birding adventure in the Southwest. Please contact us at to discuss your individual tour.

Whether you have a large or small group, we can accomodate all requests. For individuals and small groups, the daily fee is $500 + $50 per individual after the first. For overnight trips, please contact us for a fee and we will budget for your trip and group. Please provide some advance notice for guided bird trips so we can plan accordingly. If you require immediate assistance in structuring a tour, please call Bryce at 928-607-3361 or you may complete the form request below.

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Knowledge of the ecological relationships of the Southwest, coupled with reasonable rate schedules and Small Business status has made our company a top pick for natural resource work in Arizona. Learn more about our company on the following pages. With a wide range of services to choose from, you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for. If you require assistance, please feel free to call us and we will provide you with expert guidance.

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