Seacoast, Migratory and Indigenous Birdwatching in Alaska

Alaska bird watching is a birders dream. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game reports 500 bird species populate or pass through Alaska seeking breeding, overwintering, resting, and refueling sites and some of the best Alaska bird watching is on St Paul Island in the Pribilof Islands home to 300 different species. Our Alaska birding adventures to the famous and isolated Pribilof Islands will allow you the opportunity to view both migratory and indigenous birds, many of whom cannot be seen outside Alaska.

Browsing 4 tours related to Birding

Beautiful Puffins can be seen on many day cruises, this one in Prince William Sound.
Duration: 3 Days
Starting at: $2375 / per person

A vacation to St. Paul and the Pribilof Islands is truly a unique way to experience Alaska as well as an iconic Alaska birding destination. These two volcanic Alaskan islands are... View Tour Details

View from Zachar Bay Lodge.
Duration: 2 Days
Starting at: $2739 / per person

Zachar Bay is located in the heart of Kodiak Island National Wildlife Refuge. Zachar Bay is the perfect nature lodge for a great Alaskan wilderness vacation. You can choose daily... View Tour Details

Visit Nome, a cultural and historic gem.
Duration: 4 Days
Starting at: $1269 / per person

Nome, Alaska, situated near the Arctic Circle on the Bering Sea coastline in Alaska’s Far North started life as a ‘wild west’ tent city during the Alaska Gold Rush... View Tour Details

Breaching humpback whale near Ketchikan.
Duration: Day Tour
Starting at: $99 / per person

Your Ketchikan day tour takes you on a 2-hour scenic boat tour to view abundant eagles, eagles nests; the Totem Bight Park, the Vallenar Wildlife Viewing Area and Guard Island... View Tour Details