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Discover a new way to search for bird watching tours

Posted Friday 20th May 2016 at 21:31 by WilsonDiaz
As owner of a wildlife tour operator based in South America it is not always easy to implement marketing strategies for target markets like UK or North America and our audience had been quite limited. A few months ago I was contacted by Chris Larsen, director of a marketing company based in the UK who was planning to launch a web based marketing project related to wildlife tourism. The idea sounded good, and as Green Tours, I decided to get involved into this adventure and promote my services with this new marketing tool, hoping it will allow my company to not only get closer to the British people but a wider global audience.

In January 2016 Blue Sky Wildlife launched its website which offers wildlife enthusiasts a new way to search for ecotourism and wildlife tours from a global collection, ranging from birds to butterflies and mammals to wildflowers. 34 established and award winning wildlife tour operators and companies are already listed on the site covering 24 countries, which is anticipated to grow to over 100 within the next 6 months.

The new website offers the flexibility to search for all kinds of wildlife and birdwatching holiday experiences taking into account conservation, families, photography and trekking. Independent birders who prefer to work through their own personal species list can now search for the right tour operator by bird species name, directly from the keyword search area on the top right hand of the website.

The collection of bird watching holidays or experiences range from photography workshop and trips, a half day boat trip off the coast of Kaikoura admiring magnificent Wandering Albatross in New Zealand, the breath taking experience of seeing Andean Condors soaring above the Andes in Peru, or the choice of a variety of 5 day rainforest adventures in either Peru, Colombia or Jamaica to a 30 day mega bird watching tour in Uganda.

Blue Sky Wildlife, working in association with Tim Appleton MBE who co-founded the British Birdwatching Fair (or Birdfair) 27 years ago, has been very conscious of getting the eco-tourism balance just right. Blue Sky Wildlife is committed to sustainable ecotourism and to conservation. Blue Sky Wildlife is also recognised as a Birdlife Species Champion supporting the Birdlife International Preventing Extinctions programme.

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Wilson Diaz
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