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Anglesey Daytrip 13.02.21

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Saturday 13th February 2021 Tours
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Anglesey Daytrip 06.03.21

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Saturday 6th March 2021 Tours
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Anglesey Daytrip 01.06.21

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Tuesday 1st June 2021 Tours
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Anglesey Daytrip 17.06.21

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Thursday 17th June 2021 Tours
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This is one of our most popular guided birdwatching daytrips and is the perfect introduction to birdwatching on the Isle of Anglesey at any time of year. We tour this beautiful island visiting the very best birdwatching locations, including forest, estuaries, seacliffs and lagoons, where we will look for the special birds and mammals each of these varied habitats has to offer. Some of Anglesey's resident birds include charasmatic and wonderful Chough, Black Guillemots, Marsh Harriers, Peregrine Falcons, Great Crested Grebes, Lawings, Stonechats and so many more. The island has so much to offer in the winter too with huge flocks of ducks and geese, masses of waders, divers and grebes, raptors and so much more. In Spring returning migrants are always exciting to look for and anything can and does turn up! Seabirds will be back at their colonies including Atlantic Puffins, Sandwich, Common and Arctic Terns so wonderful to watch. In summer May - July the seabird colonies are the main attraction but also a great time to enjoy warblers, breeding raptors and passage waders. In Autumn the pace of migration quickens and a fantastic time to be out looking for birds the chance of the unexpeted is high perhaps a Black Redstart or a Yellow-browed Warbler to add to the wonderful mix of birds passing through. It is quite possible to see a Swallow on the same day as a Snow Bunting! Whatever time of year you visit you will be thrilled by the variety of birds and beautiful scenery Anglesy has to offer, come and join us!


Everybody's favourite summer visitor: the Puffin!

Please see below for more details of our exciting daytrip.

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We look for charismatic Red-billed Chough!

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Mediterranean Gull, a bird that now breeds on Anglesey

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Gorgeous Golden Plover, another target species on the island

Black Guillemot landing

Throughout the year we tour the best birdwatching locations on the island, looking out for the resident speciality birds including the charismatic Chough and Black Guillemot. In early summer, we will visit the busy seabird colonies and in autumn we'll keep an eye out for returning migrant waders. Winter brings its own excitement with flocks of wintering geese, ducks and waders. At any time of year we may encounter Atlantic grey seals, harbour porpoises and engaging red squirrels. Expect plenty of birds and other wildlife on this bird-packed, fun-filled, guided birdwatching day out on the Island of Anglesey!

Image right: Black Guillemot coming in to land

Red Squirrel

On this guided birdwatching daytrip, we take a maximum of six participants to make sure that everyone enjoys individual attention and the best possible opportunities for watching the all birds that we encounter. At BirdwatchingTrips with The Biggest Twitch, we work hard to ensure that everyone enjoys the best possible guided birdwatching experience.

Most trips start at Llandudno West Shore at 8am, but please contact us for more details as this may vary on certain tours and we are very flexible on start times and meeting places we want the day to be ideal for you. If you would like more information, please email us on

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 or call us on 01492 872407 if you would like to discuss this in more detail.

Image right: Special encounter with a Red Squirrel

Tern flock Cemlyn


Saturday 13th February 2021
Saturday 6th March 2021
Tuesday 1st June 2021
Thursday 17th June 2021

More dates will be posted throughout the year, so please check back for more. If you don't see a date that suits you, please email us on for more alternatives.

If we are unable to run our Birdwatching Daytrip because of Covid-19 restrictions, we will of course be happy to rearrange the daytrip.

Booking is essential to ensure your place on our popular guided birdwatching daytrips. Let us arrange a custom tour on a date to suit you. If you would like to discuss our daytrips or a custom tour, please email us on or call us on 01492 872407 for more information.


£150 per person, maximum six participants

This price includes a full day’s escorted guided birdwatching, entrance fees to all nature reserves where applicable, use of our field guides, use of our top-of-the-range Leica telescopes, free binocular loan on the day if requested, 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 daytrip online, please click on the Pay Full Amount link at the top of this page, or if you prefer, please email us on for more information on how to reserve your place. We look forward to hearing from you and sharing great birds with you!

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