April 8, 20197:15 pm - 9:15 pm
Immanuel Lutheran Church
with Sam Fried
At the crossroads of the Americas, Honduras offers an amazing array of habitats, including Caribbean coastline, mangrove swamps, lowland dry forests and mountainous cloud forest. As a result, the variety of bird species is astonishing. On this tour, we visit the mountains of western Honduras near the capital city of Tegucigalpas, the ancient Maya city of Copan, the central Blue Mountains and world famous Pico Bonito Lodge along the Caribbean in the east. The birding is extraordinary and the scenery is no less spectacular.
Sam Fried is a photographer, writer, and birding tour guide with over 1000 photographs and 56 feature articles published in field guides, books, newspapers and magazines worldwide, including National Audubon, National Geographic, Birder’s World, Bird Watcher’s Digest, Birding and Living Bird Quarterly and various golf magazines. Wrote several chapters of the Insight Guides book on birding in North America, published by The Discovery Channel. Approximately 500 photo presentations to a wide variety of organizations. Regular speaker and field trip leader at The Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival. Founder of Flights of Fancy Adventures, LLC, a birding, photography and natural history travel company offering small group, low cost, high quality birding trips. Past President of Hartford Audubon Society.