A Wonderful Opportunity To Join Iolo Williams In Spain May 2021



5 Ex Bee eaters

European Bee-eaters will be one of the many highlights of this amazing trip.



Covid 19 is reaching out across the globe and disrupting so much of what we considered “normal” life but thankfully we can see some hope. Things are opening up again, people will be able to travel again soon, all be it with some restrictions in place, to see some our amazing natural wonders again.


Our group in Spain 2019 enjoying the sunshine in the lovely hotel garden.



One small advantage of the lockdown has been that we and many others have been able to connect with very local wildlife, in our gardens and walking distance from home. Certainly we have got to know our local patch the Great Orme here in North Wales far better and have made some wonderful discoveries all so close to home.

3 Ex poppies

Extremadura is a beautiful part of Spain we know you will fall in love with it.



But after over three months of keeping strictly to the lockdown, unlike many other people sadly, we are ready to see other places and see different wildlife. We are hoping to start running some of our Birdwatching Trips from next month, August 2020, and are looking forward to being back sharing amazing birds and wildlife with you soon.

10 Ex Lesser Kestrel

We will enjoy so many birds of prey in this special area including Lesser Kestrels.



Sadly due to Covid 19 related issues two guests have had to cancel their trip to Spain with Iolo Williams in May 2021. We now have two places available on this wonderful tour and would love you to join us. We will be visiting Extremadura in Spain an empty region with fantastic bird life, huge skies, carpets of wildflowers, wonderful hotel and amazing food and of course a lot of fun! Please see our tours pages for more details.

Iolo Group plains April 2018 3

Iolo spots a flock of Great Bustards on the rolling grasslands where so many birds.



To book you place please email us at the link below or if you have any questions please fire away.

We are so lucky to have so many species and habitats within easy reach here in North Wales, and once the world returns to normal, we would love you to join us for one of our Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trips days out. We expect to enjoy a lot of birds during these relaxed pace tours and we can tailor make the day to suit you.

We would love you to join us on our Birdwatching Trips in the future just drop us a line to arrange a custom tour and please see our tours pages for set departure trips. If you have any questions at all please fire away here….

info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk

We look forward to enjoying wonderful birds in beautiful places with you soon!





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