Birdwatching Gift Voucher 2017

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For any 2017 set departure daytrip Tours
  • Cost per person: £80
  • Can be redeemed against any 2017 set departure daytrip
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Dipper

Dipper, an iconic bird of Welsh Mountain streams



Overview

Looking for the perfect gift for your birdwatching friends and relatives? We can offer you a voucher for a day's birdwatching in North Wales.

Our standard voucher costs just £80 for one person for a full day's guided birdwatching in and around North Wales and can be redeemed against any of our North Wales daytrips in 2017. Simply book your voucher online and we will take care of the rest.

We will contact you to confirm the details of your booking and discuss your voucher requirements. If you'd like an online voucher or a printed token, no problem, we can send it to you or direct to the lucky recipient. They can then contact us direct by email on info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk to let us know which of our set departure tours they'd like to join, and we will take care of all the arrangements from there.

If there are two or more people in the group, you can simply book multiple vouchers online and we can arrange an exciting day's guided birdwatching for you all. If our set departure dates don't suit you, email us on info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk and we can arrange a special day just for your group. A customised birdwatching trip for your group will give us the chance to tailor the day so that it is perfect for you.

If you would like to arrange a custom day for just one person, please click on the page Your Custom Birdwatching Daytrip for more details.







Chough 2



At BirdwatchingTrips with The Biggest Twitch, we work hard to ensure that everyone enjoys the best possible guided birdwatching experience.

Image right: Charismatic Chough, just one of our local speciality species



Our scheduled daytrips usually start at Conwy RSPB Reserve at 8am, but if you book on a custom daytrip, we can start at a time to suit you.

Please note that all our birdwatching daytrips may involve going up and down steps, and a walk of up to a mile unaided over rough and uneven ground. Please email us on info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk if you would like to discuss this in more detail or call us on 01492 872407.






Price:

£80 for a birdwatching gift voucher for one participant on any of our set departure daytrips in 2016

This price includes a full day’s escorted guided birdwatching with Alan and Ruth, entrance to all nature reserves, use of our telescopes and field guides, and individual checklists of the birds we will be looking for.

It does not include any personal items or meals, drinks or snacks.

To book your birdwatching gift voucher, please click on the Pay Full Amount link at the top of this page, or if you prefer, please email us on info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk for more information on how to arrange your voucher.

We look forward to hearing from you and helping to make your gift shopping as easy as possible!



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