A morning or afternoon walk at RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve, North Wales

Please contact us on info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk if you would like to arrange a custom morning or afternoon walk!

RSPB Conwy July 2013

RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve with medieval Conwy Castle in the background


Please contact us on info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk for more information about our
Morning or Afternoon Walks at RSPB Conwy


Join us on a relaxed walking tour around the nature reserve at RSPB Conwy, your chance to be guided by the former warden of this beautiful reserve and hear his behind-the-scenes stories.

We will meet you in the RSPB car park by the Visitor Centre where there is a shop, café, and toilets. We will spend our morning or afternoon taking a gentle circular walk around the trails on this amazing reserve past reedbeds, meadows, lagoons, and alongside the River Conwy. We’ll visit the hides where we will have the perfect chance for amazingly close views of the birds.

Lapwings are such beautiful birds when you take a closer look at them

We’ll take our time to enjoy all the birds we see as our walk around the reserve will be at a gentle, relaxed pace. We’ll have our telescopes with us for you to look through for a real up-close-and-personal look at all the birds we encounter, and we can bring spare binoculars with us for you to borrow for the walk too, please just let us know in advance. We’ll point out key identification features and have plenty of time for questions along the way.

As well as birds we’ll look at flowers and butterflies too, as well as enjoying the wonderful scenery here. There aren’t many nature reserves with great views of mountains and a medieval castle as well as lots of birds!

Hickling 2 butterfly

Peacock and Red Admiral butterflies enjoy the wildflowers on the reserve

Our morning walks start by meeting at 9.30am by the steps of the Visitor Centre in the car park of the RSPB Reserve, and we will finish back at the Visitor Centre at 12.30pm. For our afternoon walks, we meet at 1.30pm and will finish our walk back at the Visitor Centre at 4.30pm. You will leave with lots memories of exciting birds plus the inside track on running a nature reserve.

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for more information about our morning or afternoon walks at RSPB Conwy. We look forward to hearing from you and sharing a great birdwatching walk with you!

The small print!


  • 9.30am - 12.30pm: We meet you at the steps of the Visitor Centre in the RSPC reserve car park at 9.30am. We will take our time on a gentle walk on the reserve and return to the Visitor Centre at 12.30pm

  • 1.30pm - 4.30pm: We meet you at the steps of the Visitor Centre in the RSPC reserve car park. We will take our time on a gentle walk on the reserve and return to the Visitor Centre at 4.30pm


Please email us on info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk to arrange your custom walk around the reserve


£60 per person

What's included:

Three hours' guided walk around RSPB Conwy; entrance fee for non-members of RSPB; use of our top of the range telescopes; free loan of binoculars for the walk if requested in advance; use of our field guides.

What's not included:

Transport to/from RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve; snacks or drinks; items of a personal nature.

Group Size:

Maximum three people

Please contact us on info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk for more information or to book your place. We look forward to hearing from you and sharing a great birdwatching walk with you soon!

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