Mid-Summer Birdwatching in Norfolk

Saturday 15th - Wednesday 19th June 2019


For more information or to book your place on this trip
please email us on info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk


Avocet reflection

Enigmatic Avocet

Come and join us as we enjoy some of the best summer birdwatching that Britain has to offer on the North Norfolk coast. The marshes and lagoons here are alive with breeding birds and the last of the migrants heading north. With resident birds and summer migrants to enjoy, it is an exciting time of year for birdwatching and the perfect time to enjoy the North Norfolk coast. In June anything can and does turn up on this fantastic stretch of wild coastline.

Birdbox Sunrise Titchwell

Sunrise over RSPB Titchwell always a lot of birds to enjoy here.

Join our relaxed-pace guided birdwatching holiday as we spend five days based in a wonderful, comfortable hotel where the birdwatching begins on the doorstep. Each day we enjoy an exciting birdwatching trip as we visit some of Britain’s flagship nature reserves and hidden corners in this beautiful area, and we will take our time to watch resident birds along with the summer migrants and all the other wildlife in this super area. Drawing on our many years' experience and knowledge of leading birdwatching trips in Norfolk, we will be able to enjoy lots of birds and wildlife in this remarkable area and plenty of laughs along the way.

Avocets x 2

The marshes and lagoons here are packed with birds, here Avocets.

We hope to see such charismatic bird species as Avocet, Bittern, Bearded Tit, Marsh Harrier, Barn Owl, Common Crane, Dartford Warbler, Wood Lark and Cetti's Warbler. The main focus for this week will be the breeding birds that make their home here. The North Norfolk coast is one of the best places to enjoy great views of so many birds. We have an excellent chance of enjoying some very special birds indeed including Nightjar, Stone Curlew, Little Tern, Turtle Dove and perhaps a real rarity or two. Highlights of previous June trips have included Spectacled Warbler, Pacific Golden Plover and last year we were thrilled to see the very rare Great Knot. Of course, in Norfolk there's always the good chance of something special. Expect to see around 120 bird species during our stay in this magical part of the world.

Waiting for Nightjars

It is always magical to be out at dusk looking and listening to Nightjars.

During our tour we may also visit the famous nature reserves at RSPB Titchwell, Cley NWT, Holkham NNR, Welney WWT and Holme Bird Observatory. We will draw on our huge experience of birding in this area and will also be in constant touch with the very latest birding information to ensure we see as many bird species as possible. The pace of the tour will be relaxed as we have five birding days to enjoy the birdwatching delights of North Norfolk.

On this small-group guided birdwatching tour, we will 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 Birdwatching Trips we work hard to ensure that everyone enjoys the best possible guided birdwatching experience.

Iolo Williams Dec 2015 Alexia 1 Conwy

We will enjoy wonderful views of the wildlife through Leica telescopes, superb kit.

Our guided birdwatching holiday in Norfolk includes four nights’ en-suite accommodation on a fully inclusive basis (breakfast, lunch and evening meals), guided birdwatching throughout the trip, transport in a minibus during the tour, entrance to all nature reserves, use of our field guides and top-of-the-range telescopes and individual checklists of the birds we will be looking for.

The price of the trip is £1,275 per person, no single room supplement. There will be only six participants plus your two guides, Alan Davies and Ruth Miller, on this guided birdwatching holiday to ensure everyone has the best possible experience. Lunches will be taken at local cafes, breakfasts and evening meals will be in our lovely hotel. The excellent food is just one of the many highlights of our Norfolk tours.

The price does not include: personal travel insurance, alcoholic drinks, additional drinks/snacks, travel to and from agreed pick-up points or meeting points, any items of a personal nature.

To book your place on our guided birdwatching tour to Norfolk please call us on 01492 872407 or email us on


We look forward to enjoying a lot of birds and lots of fun with you.

Barn owl 1

Norfolk has a good population of Barn Owls, even seen from the hotel at times!

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