Website for Mark S. Garland

Garland Cunningham LLC



Thanks for visiting the site.  As you probably know, Mark is a naturalist who leads lots of field trips and tours.  This website includes information about upcoming activities along with photo-filled reports of recent field trips.  Please visit often and see what you find, and by all means please send your e-mail comments: click here.


Upcoming trips

    Botswana, April 2016: Botswana16

    NEW: Hog Island, Maine, Sept. 2016: Hog Island

    Regional field trips: Local

Recent trips

    NEW: Tanzania 2015 without birds (in progress)

    NEW: Tanzania 2015 birds only (in progress)

    Borneo, August 2015: Borneo15

    Peru, July 2015: Peru15

    Alaska, June 2015: Alaska15

    Cuba, March/April 2015: Cuba15

    Panama, March 2015: Panama15

    Costa Rica, Feb. 2015: CostaRica15

    Central Florida, Jan. 2015: Florida15


Earlier Trips - Grouped by Year









Or see trips grouped by destination here.

Noteworthy sightings close to home, by year:

            2015        2014        2013

    Remember snowy winter 2009-10?


World Series of Birding

   We’re at it again! click here for 2016

    See the results from 2015: click here.

    The team is back for 2015: click here.

    Winners again in 2014: click here.

    Sightings list for 2014: click here.

    Gearing up for 2014: click here.

    Another victory in 2013: click here.

    Gearing up for 2013: click here.

    Our victorious 2012 effort: click here.

    The 2011 Event: click here.

    The 2010 Team: click here.

    The 2009 Effort: click here.

    The 2008 “ANS Flashbacks”: click here.


    From Nov. 2012 to Feb. 2014 I posted

    a few entries into a blog that’s found: here.

Photos of an innovative low-impact fisheries

    restoration project in Idaho: here

Visit us on Facebook: click here:

Interested in travel to Tanzania?  Check out my friend Augustine Minja:

Click here to learn about our team, Monarchists, in the World Series of Birding and help support Monarch Butterfly conservation.