Wonderful Images Iolo Williams Best Of North Wales Tour 31 January To 4 February 2022




This beautiful Common Kingfisher posed for us all on our Anglesey day of the tour.



We enjoyed a superb five day "Best of North Wales with Iolo Williams Tour" from the 31st January - 4th February 2022 and saw amazing birds and wildlife. We were based at the lovely Princes Arms Hotel in the Conwy Valley where the wildlife is on the doorstep and the food is delicious! On the day we meet at the hotel we saw two Goshawks and two Kingfishers in the first hour from the hotel! What a fantastic start and the birds and wildlife just kept coming. We were very lucky to welcom back Dave Carlsson for another trip with us as Dave takes fantastic photos and he has very kindly agreed that we can share a few taken on the tour with you. All the pictures in the this blog are taken by Dave during the tour, many thanks for allowing us to use them.


This Black Guillemot showed so well on our Anglesey day of the tour.




A Cattle Egret doing what Cattle Egrets do on Anglesey.




Not often you are lucky enough to enjoy such amazing views as this of Great Northern Diver.




Fantastic to watch these Red-breasted Mergansers ride the waves.




Lovely to see birds coming their breeding plumage here a Shag complete with crest.






This Rock Pipit posed for us on the Conwy Estuary.




A lovely rarity - juvenile Iceland Gull at the Little Orme.




Atlantic grey seals gave fantastic views for our group.




We had super views of Hawfiches not far from the hotel.








Our Day on the Dee trip during the tour produced fantastic views of Short-eared Owls.




We never dreamt we would see a Snow Goose, with Pink-footed Geese, on this tour!




Willow Tit are very scarce birds indeed in North Wales so wonderful to watch this one.




Dave voted the Willow Tit his "bird of the trip" - huge thanks for sharing these photos.



We would love to put together a custom Birdwatching Trips tour perfect for you please just drop us a line and we can do the rest…

info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk

We look forward to enjoying great birds and wildlife with you soon.





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