Heading To Finland And Arctic Norway For A Fantastic Birdwatching Trips Custom Tour

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Some birds are awesome - Great Grey Owl - high on our list of birds to enjoy on our latest tour.

Firstly, so sorry we have not had time to regularly up date the bird blog recently but it has been full on guiding at this exciting time of year. Huge thanks to all the lovely folks that have joined us to share amazing encounters with birds and wildlife, sorry we have not written up each trip. But we have enjoyed wonderful birds - sky dancing Hen Harriers, superb Goshawks, the most breath-taking Peregrine Falcons, Red-billed Chough feeding young, Black Guillemot battles, returning migrants including gorgeous Pied Flycatchers, Whinchats and Common Redstarts, migrant and breeding Ospreys, masses of terns including lovely breeding plumaged Roseate Tern, and so much more. Some lovely wildlife encounters too with amazing looks at otters, red squirrels, Atlantic grey seals, harbour porpoises, four spotted chaser dragonflies, endemic South Stack fleawort plant and more. Do come and join us if you have the chance, we know you will love our tours, so many of our guests come back time and time again.

Peregrine Falcon with prey taken by Diane on one of our very recent tours.

Some recent feed back from our lovely guests...

Julie joined our five day Best of North Wales Tour 6 - 10 May 2023 - "Thank you so much for a wonderful week bird watching, with some very exciting moments, I'll never forget the Hen Harrier sky dancing, it was a moment of sheer joy. I have learnt so much, you are such brilliant guides and lovely fun people to be around, I hope I can do another trip with you sometime soon, thankyou for sending next years plan."

Alun also joined the same Best of North Wales Tour which he has done before "Thank you again for a fab trip, never tire of this outing as the company and the birds are simply great!"

Sue and Dave came out on 14th May 2023 - "Many thanks Alan. It was an amazing day and I learnt a lot from you."

Paul came out with us on the 15th May 2023 - "I just wanted to say a massive thank you to you for giving Paul such a fantastic day. He LOVED it!"

Alison also came out on the 15th May 2023 - "Thank you very much for a wonderful day yesterday. It was great to see so many birds in lovely weather and beautiful places; the highlight for me was to see the terns and the osprey at Cemlyn."

Our guests always love to see our wonderful Red-billed Chough.

We are pretty much fully booked for 2023, but watch out for any cancellations, we are planning 2024 and 2025 tours though. Please email here for more information on our up coming Birdwatching Trips tours...


We hope we can enjoy amazing encounters with fantastic birds and wildlife with you soon!

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