Website for Mark S. Garland
Garland Cunningham LLC
As you probably know, Mark Garland is a naturalist who leads lots of field trips and tours (). This website is designed to provide information about upcoming activities along with photo-filled reports of recent field trips. Currently we are not leading tours for any organizations, just planning and running trips for private groups. Get a few friends together if you'd like for us to plan and/or lead a trip for your group.
What this page is about
See photos from a trip to Uganda in early 2020 by Other 2020 trips were cancelled due to the pandemic.
for galleries from these 2019 trips: Panama, Oregon, Alaska, Costa Rica, West Virginia/Ohio, and even some shots from Cape May.
Here are some journeys from recent years:
I'm scheduled to lead a session at the National Audubon Society's Hog Island Camp May 28 - June 2, 2023, birding Hog and Monhegan (shown at left) Islands and select spots on the mainland.
HOME SWEET HOME
Like everyone else, I stayed close to home for almost all of 2020. Fortunately home is Cape May, and I always took my camera along on my daily walks. Enjoy the cycle of a year in Cape May through photographs .
To see the list of birds in Mark's program, "101 Great Birds from Around the World," .
AND NOW ...
I did it again in 2021! To see highlights from Cape May in 2021, month by month, please .
To see the list of wildflowers in Mark's program, "Wildflowers of Washington's Olympic Mountains,"
Mark has been giving presentations to various groups via Zoom. Reference material for two such talks may be accessed below:
Mark will be guiding and speaking at the 2023 New River Birding and Nature Festival, May 1 - 6, 2023.
We managed to run two private trips in 2021, in August to (left) and in September to and vacinity (right); click for photos.
NEWS FLASH: We are tiptoeing back into travel, with trips to Panama in August 2022 and January 2023, and a trip to Costa Rica in March 2023. For more info send an e-mail message to:
View from the tower at Tranquilo Bay Lodge, in Panama, the centerpiece of the two upcoming trips to Panama.