Proposed birdwatching Trips Tours For 2023 Please Drop Us A Line For More Details




Northern Gannets always a thrill to see these magnificent seabirds!



We are planning on running the following tours in 2023 and would love you to join us. Some of the tours are still being finalized but we are very happy to reserve places at no obligation, with no deposit, at this early stage. Just drop us a line for more details of the tours you are interested in or if you would like to reserve places on any of the trips. Any questions please fire away we are here to help.

January - Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trips Tour – 16th – 20th January 2023

February – Iolo Williams Best Of North Wales Tour – 19th – 23rd February 2023

February - March - North Norfolk Coast Birdwatching Trips Tour – 25th February – 4th March 2023

Spotted Sandgrouse pair

Spotted Sandgrouse one of 200 species of birds we look forward to enjoying in Morocco.



March – Scottish Highlands Birdwatching Trips Tour – 16th – 22nd March 2023

April – Iolo Williams Extremadura Spain – 16th – 22nd April 2023

April – Extremadura Spain Birdwatching Trips Tour – 24th – 30th April 2023

May – Finland And Arctic Norway Birdwatching Trips Tour – fully booked – please enquire about our 2024 tour.

June – Iolo Williams Best of North Wales Tour – 19th – 23rd June 2023

July – Yorkshire Coast Birdwatching Trips Tour – 3rd – 7th July 2023

September – Anglesey Bird Migration Birdwatching Trips Tour – 18th – 22nd September 2023

September – Yorkshire Coast Migration Birdwatching Trips Tour – 25th – 30th September 2023

Hawfinch Roy de Hass

North Wales is a great place to look for magnificent Hawfinches - superb birds.



October – Iolo Williams Best of North Wales Tour – 2nd – 6th October 2023

October – North Norfolk Bird Migration Birdwatching Trips Tour – 13th – 20th October 2023

October – Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trips Tour – 23rd – 27th October 2023

November – Colombia A Bird Rich Adventure Birdwatching Trips Tour – 4th – 19th November 2023 provisional dates.

November – December – Costa Rica Paradise Birding Birdwatching Trips Tour – 24th November – 10th December 2023 provisional dates.

December – Iolo Williams Best of North Wales – 17th – 21st December 2023

We also run day trips and custom tours tailor made for you throughout the year please contact us if you would like details of these Birdwatching Trips in 2023. Email us here…

info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk

We will make every effort to reply quickly but the nature of our business means we are away from the office at times, please bear with us! Many thanks and we look forward to enjoying great birds and wildlife with you in 2023 – Alan and Ruth.





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