Aaron’s interest in birds started as a child growing up in Northern Japan. There he spent his weekends volunteering his time for bird surveys and other related research projects at two Ramsar designated wetlands. After high school he attended the University of Minnesota where he graduated with a degree in Wildlife Biology. While at the U of M he worked for the USFWS conducting bird surveys and waterfowl banding and traveled back to Japan where he helped with a variety of bird research projects as an intern. Aaron currently lives in Anchorage, Alaska with his wife and young son. He is on the Anchorage Audubon board as the field trip coordinator and also has worked seasonally for Audubon Alaska with public outreach programs. Along with leading field trips and trying to find an odd nostalgic bird from the Asian side, Aaron operates as a “stay at home dad” occasionally making kicksleds for winter travel around his much loved frozen landscape.
“Aaron and Nan are incredible people and I learned a lot from both of them–and had another unspeakably fabulous time this summer!” N.H., Speedway, IN
“Thank-you, Mommy, for a yummy dinner.” P.L., Homer, AK
Luke puts the sneak on a Palm Warbler on Middleton Island. Photo Aaron Lang. Few people are as passionate about birding as Luke DeCicco! That's the truth. Luke grew up in Fairbanks, Alaska where he succumbed to early-onset birding obsession…
Steve became obsessed with birding after watching a flock of Cedar Waxwings process mountain ash berries on a Eugene, Oregon street in 1978. He was a member of the Oregon Bird Records Committee before he met his wife, Brooke, and…
Aaron's interest in birds started as a child growing up in Northern Japan. There he spent his weekends volunteering his time for bird surveys and other related research projects at two Ramsar designated wetlands. After high school he attended the…
“Aaron and Scott are a superb team – unflappable and professional as well as excellent company and good cooks.” B.K.
“And James: A real gem. I simply cannot say enough good things about how well he treated all of us, how supportive he was, let alone how good a birder he was. He’s a real keeper!” N.B., Durham, NC
“…I am still amazed at how quickly you turned a group of strangers into a compatible, well-functioning unit. Thank you for an outstanding trip.” D.P., Alderson, WV