Coffee and current help the raft go down river. Photo by Aaron Lang.

Bird Alaska with Alaskans

Wilderness Birding Adventures is an Alaskan-owned company specializing in adventure birding tours and wilderness travel in Alaska since 1986. We know the territory, the land, the wildlife, the people and, of course, the birds of Alaska better than anyone. Our guides, birders, and naturalists with diverse backgrounds, thoroughly enjoy sharing their knowledge of Alaska’s fascinating geography, wildlife, history, culture and birds.

Tours for All Skill Levels and Interests

Although birding is our emphasis, we bring much more to your Alaska adventure. We welcome seasoned birders, aspiring birders, and wildlife enthusiasts in search of adventure.  We offer trips for all levels of interest and ability and are happy to work with you to help select the right trip for you.

The Most Complete Schedule of Alaskan Birding Tours

Our destinations include Alaska’s birding hotspots and Alaska’s rugged wilderness. From St. Paul Island to Nome and Gambell to the Brooks Range, we are proud to share our adventuresome style of birding and travel with you. While we try to bring adventure into your Alaskan vacation, safety is always our number one concern and we are proud of our spotless safety record in 27 years of operation.

Small Groups, Big Fun

Most of our tours are limited to ten participants or fewer, which guarantees plenty of attention to you and to logistical details. We have found small groups are more fun for everyone, including our guides.

If you are curious and fascinated with the natural world, possess a spirit of adventure, and are in good health, our trips are for you!

Give a Little Back to the Birds

We proudly participate in the “Dollar-A-Day for Conservation” program. For every day that you spend travelling with WBA, we’ll donate two dollars to the conservation of Alaska’s natural resources. Through this program we’re pleased to support the conservation activities of two of our favorite organizations: The Alaska Conservation Foundation and Audubon Alaska.