A Look Back At Some Fun Times On Previous Birdwatching Trips Tours



Ebro Delta Beach Birding

Can you guess where this was taken? Amazinly Spain on the Mediterranean coast in Spring!



While looking for photo yesterday, unsuccesfully, for a blog I noticed a lot of great memories from some of our previous Birdwatching Trips and thought it would be nice to share a few of them. In these pretty grim times we are all living through nice to escape a little and remember fun times, hopefully lots more to come! If you missed yesterdays blog please have a look and see the new Birdwatching Trips Tours we are offering to try and get us through these next few months. We really hope that by March we will be able to offer all our planned Spring 2021 tours - everything crossed! In the meantime enjoy some great images from previous fun tours...

Wendy Barry and Alan

Barry and Wendy on their always sunny annual North Wales tour.



Guided Walk 2

Leading a guided walk in South Carolina for local birders - bit of pressure!



Rescuing a damsel in distress

A guides work - helping a lady get her car out of a ditch at RSPB South Stack.



Richard Julie and Ruth

One of our favourite places RSPB South Stack - especially in the sunshine.



Woolston Eyes loo

Always good to know where the loos are on a tour - Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve.



Team at Cemlyn 2

A tern watching line up at Cemlyn Bay on Anglesey.



Becky and Anthony

Anthony and Becky enjoying the view on one of our Norfolk House Parties.



Cranewatchers

Wendy, Barry, Jayne and Sonia waiting for the Common Cranes to come in, and they did.



Cherry blossom

Beautiful cherry blossom from Northern Thailand a wonderful tour.



Mull winners a

Winning the Annual Isle of Mull Bird Race was great fun and short being January!



Teatime at Cafe Blah Blahh

A wonderful memory from of our favourite cafes, Blah Blah in Hunstanton, sadly no more.



Birders in Trujillo 1

A beer in the last of the days sunshine in Spain wonderful end to s bird filled day.




Having fun at Bird Fair so sad it didn't happen this year - hopefully 2021.




Stunning scenery, with fantastic birds, in Georgia - hopefully Spring 2021.



Peter viewing in boat

Birding by boat in Costa Rica always fun even if the viewing can be interesting!



Brian vulture bait

Well the Griffon Vultures needed feeding and Brian did volunteer - honest!



Chefchaouen Morocco March 2017 2

Not just amazing birds and wildlife on our tours we visit beautiful villages too!



Toucan model 1

Some birds are easier to find than others - Costa Rica.



Bananna zip wire Costa Rica

You never know what you might see when out birding - bananas in raincoats! Costa Rica.



Nesserby Harbour Group

Birding in the evening sun in Arctic Norway is a magical experience!



Stellers Eider drake 10

Steller's Eider one of two very special birds enjoyed that evening.




And here is the other a drake Harlequin Duck a vagrant to Norway.




Dedication or bonkers? That is the Arctic Ocean he is sat in! Harlequin Duck photographer.





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