Map of the world

  • Where to watch BIRDS and

  • other wildlife in the world
  • Photograph of Snowy Egret

    A superb image of a Snowy Egret taken by Michael McKee.

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    This website is about the birds and other wildlife which make planet Earth so exciting. It is also about the best places to see the world's birds and other wildlife. It has been up and running since April 2010, is illustrated with many world-class images and is continually updated.

    We believe there is a lot of information on this website which is of great interest to birders and other people who travel abroad at least once a year in search of the world's birds and other wildlife. Here they gather information on the best places to see what they wish to see. Many use local guides and tour companies, and accommodation, and it is easy and affordable for individuals or companies offering such services, as well as books, optics and other equipment, to reach out to thousands of birders and other wildlife enthusiasts by advertising on this website.

    For as little as GBP£50 per year (about EUR€56 or USD$62 in early November 2016), easy to pay via PayPal, we can provide links to your email address and/or website, with up to 50 words of text to describe your company, and help you reach the booming bird-watching/wildlife-watching market.

    The main options, all payable in advance, by credit/debit cards via PayPal or cheque, are set out below but it may be possible to negotiate other forms of advertising.

    Please email us to discuss options or choose one or more of those below and send us your button, skyscraper or text advertisement(s) and a list of the page(s) you wish to place your advertisement(s) on.

    Link to your Company website with up to 50 words of text


    Buttons (120 x 90 pixels (as shown in the right-hand column on this page), 120 x 60 pixels or similar)


    Skyscrapers (120 x 600 pixels or similar)


    Sponsor Website


    We reserve the right to remove advertising at any time if it can be shown to be misleading.