The Very Best of North Wales Daytrip


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Best of North Wales Birdwatching Daytrip



North Wales is a wonderful location for birdwatching with a huge range of species and habitats packed into a small area. Our guided daytrip is the perfect introduction to birdwatching in North Wales at any time of year as we visit the best locations for each season. Join us as we look for the special birds and mammals each of these habitats has to offer.

Pied Fly 1

Pied Flycatcher

Please see below for more details of this exciting daytrip.

Black tailed Godwit Sept Cley

Black-tailed Godwit

Common Buzzard Ogwen Valley Nov

Common Buzzard

Chough 2

The variety of habitats in North Wales allows us to visit lagoons, estuary, woodland, water meadows, coastal cliffs and seashore, all in one bird-packed guided birdwatching day. Our target bird species may include Chough, Black Guillemot, Red Kite, resident breeding birds and any migrants on the move.

With many years’ experience in running popular guided daytrips throughout the year, we know just where to go for the best birds. We are also in touch with the latest bird news so we can look for any special birds that may be in the area. We always take our time to enjoy good looks at all the birds we encounter to give you the best possible experience.

Expect a bird-packed and fun-filled guided birdwatching daytrip!

Image right: Charismatic Chough will be on our target list

Black Guillemot

On this small-group guided birdwatching daytrip, we take a maximum of six participants to make sure that everyone enjoys individual attention and the best possible opportunities for watching all the birds that we encounter. At BirdwatchingTrips with The Biggest Twitch, we work hard to ensure that everyone enjoys the best possible guided birdwatching experience.

Most trips start at Llandudno West Shore at 8am, but please contact us for more details as this may vary on certain tours and we are very flexible about start times and locations. Very happy to meet you at a railway station or wherever we can agree a good picking up point. If you would like more information, please email us on

Please note that all our birdwatching daytrips may involve going up and down steps, and a walk of up to a mile unaided over rough and uneven ground. Please email us on or call us on 01492 872407 if you would like to discuss this in more detail.

Image right: Black Guillemot, seen here in breeding plumage

Hawfinch Roy de Hass


  • Friday 12th January 2024 - provisionally fully booked
  • Saturday 10th February 2024 - sorry this is now fully booked
  • Sunday 25th February 2024 - sorry this is now fully booked

More dates will be posted throughout the year, so please check back for more. If you don't see a date that suits you, please email us on

for more alternatives.

Booking is essential to ensure your place on our popular guided birdwatching daytrips. Let us arrange a custom tour on a date to suit you. If you would like to discuss our daytrips or a custom tour, please email us on or call us on 01492 872407 for more information.

Image right: Hawfinch, another North Wales seasonal speciality


£150 per person, minimum two, maximum six participants

This price includes a full day’s escorted guided birdwatching, entrance fees to all nature reserves where applicable, use of our field guides, use of our top-of-the-range telescopes, free binocular loan on the day if requested, and individual checklists of the birds we will be looking for.

It does not include any personal items or meals, drinks or snacks.

To book your daytrip online, please email us on for more information on how to book your place. We look forward to hearing from you and sharing great birds with you!

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