Wildlife Holidays in United States

Tell me about the USA …

Thanks to the images instilled by American domination of our contemporary culture there is a tendency when the USA is mentioned to think of the major cities such as New York and Los Angeles, or perhaps the neon horrors of Las Vegas. However, these represent only one facet of this enormous country and in the abundant wilderness areas the naturalist visitor can witness magnificent wildlife spectacles, the equal of any on our planet.

North America may not automatically spring to mind when considering a wildlife holiday, but there is a network of wildlife refuges and reserves in every state, and the infrastructure is everything that one would expect from the most highly developed nation on Earth.

Naturetrek Tours to United States

Within the United States, Naturetrek offers bird watching holidays in Florida and whale watching and seabird tours to New England and California.

Highlights from our USA wildlife tours include:

  • Humpback Whales, plus possible Blue Whale sightings, in Monterey Bay
  • Seabirds including Sooty & Pink-footed Shearwater, Black-footed Albatross, auklets & Tufted Puffin in Monterey Bay
  • We go whale watching off Cape Cod in search of cetaceans such as North Atlantic Right Whales, Humpback Whales & dolphins
  • Sightseeing in Boston & the historic town of Plymouth
  • Fall colours of New England
  • Florida’s rich bird life & welcome winter sunshine

What’s special about its wildlife?

This is a huge country with borders extending from the tundra of the arctic north to the humid forests and deserts of the south, and almost every type of habitat is embraced within these boundaries. In fact, the range of fauna is simply stunning.

Florida offers interesting bird life among its woodlands, wetlands and sawgrass prairies, while the eastern and western seaboards have unusually rich marine life including whales, dolphins and seabirds.

Our Specialist Recommends

"Join us on our ‘Whales & Dolphins of Monterey Bay’ holiday to California’s Pacific seaboard where we enjoy the birdlife as well as the wealth of whales, dolphins and other exciting marine mammals for which this bay is justly famed."

Operations Manager - Paul Stanbury

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