Most recent tour report:
- Apr 29, 2017: Malta: Pre-trip to the Sicily & Malta Cruise Aboard the Sea Cloud
- May 02, 2017: Sicily & Malta: History, Culture & Nature
- May 11, 2017: Sicily: Extension to the Sicily & Malta Cruise Aboard the Sea Cloud
- Nov 05, 2017: Israel: Birds, History & Culture in the Holy Land
- May 16, 2018: Greece: A Circumnavigation of the Peloponnese
- Oct 30, 2018: Northern Tanzania
- Feb 03, 2017: VENTflash #215: Fiji to Tahiti Cruise - Free Webinar!
- Jan 31, 2017: VENTflash #214
- Jan 12, 2017: VENTflash #213: Another Harpy Eagle Opportunity & Mongolia
- Jan 10, 2017: VENTflash #212: Alaska Tours 2017, the Sea Cloud & More!
- Dec 15, 2016: VENTflash #211: The American Tropics: So Near. So Wonderful
- Nov 22, 2016: VENTflash #210; Extraordinary Harpy Eagle Opportunity!
- Oct 27, 2016: VENTflash #209: Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falklands: Space Newly Available!
- Oct 12, 2016: VENTflash #208
- Sep 21, 2016: VENTflash #207
- Sep 06, 2016: VENTflash #206: Sicily & Malta Aboard the Sea Cloud
Victor Emanuel started birding in Texas 68 years ago at the age of eight. His travels have taken him to all the continents, with his areas of concentration being Texas, Arizona, Mexico, Panama, and Peru. He is the founder and compiler for 50 years of the record-breaking Freeport Christmas Bird Count, and served a term as president of the Texas Ornithological Society. Birds and natural history have been a major focus throughout his life. He derives great pleasure from seeing and hearing birds, and sharing with others these avian sights and sounds, both the common ones and the more unusual ones. He initiated the first birding camps for young people, and considers that one of his greatest achievements. Victor holds a B.A. in zoology and botany from the University of Texas and an M.A. in government from Harvard. In 1993, he was the recipient of the Roger Tory Peterson Excellence in Birding Award, given by the Houston Audubon Society in recognition of a lifetime of dedication to careful observation, education, and addition to the body of avian knowledge. In 2004, he received the Roger Tory Peterson Award from the American Birding Association, and the Arthur A. Allen Award from the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Victor is a past board member of the Nature Conservancy of Texas, the National Audubon Society, the American Bird Conservancy, and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.