Meet Paul Foth.
It started with quiet walks in the woods. Paul noticed that several woodpeckers he encountered were different-very different. After consulting a field guide, it didn't take long until Paul was competing in a little Big Year with his fledgling birder brother (Paul won). Paul broke in his binoculars in Washington's Skagit Valley before he moved to BC, where he and his wife Sunny traversed the mountains, wetlands and grasslands of the province in search of feathered wonders. Now based in 100 Mile House, Paul has also lived and birded in Chilliwack and Creston, BC.
When a friend asked Paul to join him on a guided tour in Arizona, he realized it wouldn't be a stretch to organize the tour himself. While that trip never materialized, it sparked the idea of offering local bird tours in BC. Paul also combines birding with his past academic experience to offer engaging workshops on bird identification.
Paul is a board member for the BC Field Ornithologists, a former member the coordinating committee for the Creston Valley Bird Festival, and organizes the 100 Mile House Christmas Bird Count.
Check out our website or contact Paul for more information about tours and birding workshops.