Happy St. David's Day From Beautiful North Wales 1st March 2019

South Stack May

RSPB South Stack, Anglesey, just one of so many beautiful places to visit.

The 1st of March is St. David’s Day here in Wales so a good day to show off what a wonderful part of the world Wales is, and particular our part of Wales. We are very lucky to live on the North Wales coast in the delightful seaside resort of Llandudno. From our, very high, window we can look out across the sea to the cliffs of the Little Orme, the Conwy Estuary and the mountains of Snowdonia National Park. Look in a little more detail and we can woodlands, heather moorland, heathland and sheep pasture a wonderful mosaic of habitats in a very small area. Varied habitats, this equals variety of birds and wildlife. Last Tuesday we guided one of our Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trips, we started here at Llandudno watching birds on the coast including Black Guillemots and Chough. Moving into the Conwy Valley we enjoyed wonderful encounters with Hawfinch and Dipper. Climbing up into a forest we marvelled at a soaring Goshawk as Siskins showed off at eye-level. Into the high mountains for spectacular scenery, few birds here in February, then down to the coast again to watch Greenshank, Red-throated Divers and Slavonian Grebes – what a wonderful mix of scenery and birds all so close to our base in Llandudno. This is why we love living and working here in North Wales the shear variety, every day is different! Come and experience North Wales for yourself and enjoy the wonderful variety of birds, the beautiful scenery, great food and great fun!

We would love you to join us on our Birdwatching Trips please email us here to book your tour or for more information….


We look forward to sharing amazing birds and wildlife with you soon!

Chough June 2015 1

We regularly encounter Chough on our North Wales Birdwatching Trips.

Black Guillemot

Black Guillemots can now be found at several locations along our coast.

Hawfinch Roy de Hass

We enjoyed wonderful views of Hawfinches early this week.

Wood Warbler Debbie 2

Wood Warblers are another wonderful bird found in our Welsh woodlands.

Ring Ouzel male May 2015

The mountains of North Wales are home to Ring Ouzels.

Crossbill flock on bog

Good numbers of Common Crossbills in our upland forests recently.

Black Grouse April snow 2

Black Grouse are simply superb birds and you really should see one, we can help!

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