Birdwatching Trips to North Norfolk Superb All Year Round Birdwatching

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Big skies and bird-filled marshes, that's North Norfolk in a nutshell

Say North Norfolk and you immediately think of big skies, wide open spaces and masses of birds. Whether it's watching the skeins of geese filling the sky at dawn and dusk in winter, enjoying the busy to-and-fro of busy breeding birds in summer, or seeking out migrant species on passage in spring and autumn, North Norfolk has so much to offer at any time of year.

If you add amazing reserves, cosy hotels, characterful inns, delicious food to the mix of exciting birds and other wildlife, you can see why it's one of our favourite destinations for our Birdwatching Trips.

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Expect the unexpected in North Norfolk, this Daurian Shrike showed off for us one October.

That's why we offer our tours to this wonderful bird-filled part of the country at different seasons to make the most of the wonderful birdlife that North Norfolk has to offer, we just can't keep away! Whatever the time of year we usually enjoy around 120 species of birds at a relaxed pace allowing plenty of time to really enjoy all the birds.

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Birdwatching under huge skies in Norfolk - always so many birds to enjoy here.

Our tours in 2023 are already fully booked but we are excited to be are offering the following Birdwatching Trips to North Norfolk in 2024. These tours are different lengths and in different formats so hopefully there's the perfect tour waiting for you. Why not come and join us for lots of exciting birds and great fun!
  • Friday 21st - Thursday 27th June 2024
    Midsummer Birdwatching in Norfolk, 7 days/6 nights

    Sorry this tour is fully booked

  • Saturday 12th - Wednesday 16th October 2024
    Exciting Autumn Migration in Norfolk, 5 days/4 nights

    Price £1395, please contact us for details of this exciting Birdwatching Trip
    This small-group tour with up to a maximum of six guests will be based in a lovely comfortable hotel right on the doorstep of one of the region's finest nature reserves so we can maximise our birdwatching time in the area

    Sorry this tour is fully booked.

  • Friday 18th - Friday 25th October 2024
    Autumn Migration Week in Norfolk, 8 days/7 nights

    Sorry this tour is fully booked.

Winter Spectacular - Tuesday 7th January 2025 - Sunday 12th January 2025

This tour is provisionally fully booked. However we are working on plans for a new tour from 2nd - 5th January 2025, so please email if you would like more details of this exciting winter birdwatching trip.

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Skein of geese on the move, a real Norfolk spectacle!

For more information about any of our Birdwatching Trips in North Norfolk, please contact us on:

We look forward to hearing from you and sharing great birds with you!

Juvenile Bearded Tit, always a must-see species in Norfolk!

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