Random Acts Of Kindness Can Mean So Much And We Can All Do This 4 August 2023

Just one of the wonderful memories from our Finland and Norway Tour May into June 2023.

We arrived home to find a parcel had been delivered, a quite large parcel and heavy too, as we couldn't remember ordering anything we were excited to see what it might be. It was a beautiful book full of wonderful photos and words from our Finland and Norway Tour earlier this year. What a wonderful surprise and a huge thank you to Debbie, one of our lovely guests on the tour. The book recounts the highlights of each day of the tour with hundreds of wonderful pictures to bring the words to life and remind us what a fantastic adventure we enjoyed together. An act of kindness like this is so lovely and really lifted our spirts and made us smile, we could all do this, a little act of kindness.

What a lovely idea to put together so many lovely memories in one book.

We also had a lovely thank you card from Louise who joined us on a Birdwatching Trips Best of Anglesey tour. One of the many highlights that day was a visit to a busy tern colony where we enjoyed Sandwich, Common and Arcric Terns, Louise particularly enjoyed watching the Arctic Terns and hearing all about their amazing migrations. What a lovely think to do to hand paint the thank you card. Acts of kindness really do make peoples day, let's all try and make acts of kindness whenever we can, be a much better world if we all did.

Hand painted Arctic Tern a lovely memory from Anglesey, by Louise.

Kindness is such a lovely thing, and we all do this, really we can.

We have some wonderful North Wales Birdwatching Trips Coming Up In 2024 We Would Love You To Join Us.

February - Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trip, Saturday 17th - Wednesday 21st February 2024 - four places available.

March - Iolo Williams North Wales Wildife Tour, Monday 4th - Friday 8th March 2024 - one place available.

Also in April - Extremadura, Spain with Iolo Williams, Sunday 28th April - Friday 3rd May 2024 - one place available.

June - Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trip, Saturday 15th - Wednesday 19th June 2024 - four places available.

September - Best of North Wales Birdwatching Trip, Saturday 7th - Wednesday 11th September 2024, four places available.

October - Norfolk Migration Birdwatching Trip, Saturday 12th - Wednesday 16th October 2024, three places available.

November - Iolo Williams North Wales Wildife Tour, Monday 25th - Friday 29th November 2024, three places available.

December - Winter Wildlife of North Wales with Iolo Williams, Monday 9th - Friday 13th December 2024, four places available.

We run our Birdwatching Trips throughout the year a mix of set departure tours and custom-made trips perfect for you! To book your custom tour or any of our set departure trips please email us here….


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