Traveling soon? Check out these travel resources.
→ Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs about Mass Audubon's travel and natural history tours.
→ US State Department Travel
Even if you are going to a country you are already familiar with, check this site before you go. Many countries are now adding new requirements such as visas or pre-paid fees in advance, which may have changed since you last visited.
→ Passport Information
How to renew or get a new passport for US citizens.
→ Global Rescue
Our Travel Director carefully monitors travel conditions throughout the world and, working with our local partners, tries to plan for all contingencies. Nevertheless, many travelers would like to have more comprehensive evacuation, medical, security, and travel risk management services.
→ Smart Traveler App
→ Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Check with your doctor if you are going overseas and make sure you know what immunizations you might need.
→ Currency Exchange
This converter offers quick information regarding currency exchange rates.
→ Travel Insurance
Trip cancellation, medical evacuation, and baggage insurance information can be purchased via this page.
→ Field Guides & Maps
- The Audubon Shop carries bird and nature field guides for destinations worldwide.
- Longitude Maps carries a wonderful collection of maps.
→ Bird Checklists
Finding or creating a good checklist of birds for your trip can be challenging. For every Mass Audubon trip, our leaders, staff, and talented volunteers will create a customized list appropriate for the itinerary. To standardize our checklists, we start with Avibase.
- Avibase—Bird Checklists of the World includes hundreds of lists from destinations worldwide, compiled from various resources and organized for different taxonomic authorities. Mass Audubon uses Clements (2017) taxonomy.
Get information about species presence, abundance, & customizable checklists.