Advancing bird conservation through our tours has always been a primary goal for us at Team Rockjumper. Besides contributions made to our own Rockjumper Bird Conservation Fund from each sign-up on our tours, we have also partnered with several highly dedicated conservation NGOs to assist them in raising revenues through trips for their members and supporters. To name a few, we have arranged tours for BirdLife International’s Rare Bird Club and with several other BirdLife partners too. Our popular American Birding Association safari series has been a great success, and we’ve enjoyed working with other great organizations such as Mass Audubon, African Bird Club, the Oriental Bird Club, the Ornithological Society of the Middle East, and many others. And we offer a suite of tours to incredible birding locations where the National Audubon Society has been on the ground protecting birds and training area residents in guiding, business and hospitality

It really is a thrill for us to support these leading organizations in conservation and outreach.

Horned Guan by Adam Riley
White-collared Seedeater by Adam Riley
Keel-billed Toucan by Adam Riley

Rockjumper Conservation Tours is dedicated to engineering novel travel opportunities where participants actively promote conservation and responsible travel. When you register for a Rockjumper Conservation Tour, you will of course see staggering wildlife spectacles, but you’ll also have peace of mind knowing that you are helping advance the work of your cherished organization.

Respelendent Quetzal by Adam Riley
Brown-throated Three-toed Sloth by George Armistead

If you are involved in a conservation organization, we would love to hear from you. Incredible birds and destinations await, and we would like to chat with you about how, together, we might make a difference in bird conservation. Contact us today at:

Chingaza scenery (Colombia) by Adam Riley
Lake Atitlan (Guatemala) by Adam Riley
Tapichalaca scenery (Ecuador) by Dušan Brinkhuizen