THANK YOU FOR A WONDERFUL 2019! Looking back on the adventures and friendships of 2019, we are incredibly grateful that we had the opportunity to travel on the Wildside with YOU. You joined us in exploring 5 continents, experiencing wildlife safaris in Africa, journeying up the Amazon River, snorkeling around the Galapagos Islands, and making…

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The 23rd Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival features a full program of photography workshops. These workshops are presented and sponsored by Wildside Nature Tours. They provide a fantastic lineup of photography instructors, teaching a wide range of techniques. Among the instructors are Joe Brady, Lee Hoy, Rob Knight, and of course Kevin Loughlin. Each instructor…

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Join Wildside Nature Tours at the 23rd Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival, in Titusville, FL – January 22-27 2020! The Space Coast in January is one of our favorite places to be. It offers a wealth of wintering shorebirds, and plenty of regional specialties to enjoy. The birding is always fun and opportunities for…

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We are headed to the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival in November! This festival takes place Nov. 6-10 2019, in one of the most unique birding destinations in the US. With more than 500 species of birds to choose from – including Buff-bellied Hummingbird, Scissor-tailed Flycatcher, Greater Roadrunner, and Aplomado Falcon – the Lower Rio…

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Introducing Lee Hoy If you come across Lee Hoy and his camera anywhere in the world (Texas, the Amazon River, Costa Rica, Yellowstone) you can be sure you’ll find a quick smile, infectious enthusiasm, and a generous spirit. For Lee Hoy, everything begins and ends with Big Bend National Park. While visiting the park with his…

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Let’s Head South Let’s head all the way south. As far as we can go, south. Bottom of the world, south. Antarctica is calling our name. Many people head south for the winter. We’re no different, directing our steps that way in mid-March, during the dreariest point in the season in many US states. However, we’re not looking…

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