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A bright start to the day



An early morning visit to our local nature reserve, RSPB Conwy, paid off with lovely views of a Firecrest! This tiny bird, equal smallest in UK with the Goldcrest, fed in the willows by the path and really brightened up an overcast morning. It was nice to meet Mike, a birdwatcher up from South Wales looking for some of North Wales's special birds. What a way to start his day, Firecrest showing off!

Today Wader Quest arrive in Llandudno and we are thrilled to be able to offer the dymamic duo, Rick and Elis, help to see some waders for their global challenge! Wader Quest aims to see as many species of wader across the world in twelve months, and importantly raise funds for and awareness of the plight of the endangered Spoon-billed Sandpiper. Looking forward to hearing all about their adventures and their sighting of Spoon-billed Sandpipers in the wild recently!

Waders at Kinmel Bay

Ringed Plover on the beach

Turnstone Holyhead

Purple Sandpiper Rhos

Some waders taken on the North Wales coast, but it is the last one we need to find for Rick and Elis!



We will be out with Wader Quest looking for Purple Sandpipers and with luck a Jack Snipe to boost their global wader list.

Lots of interest in our forthcoming tours and day trips, Black Grouse lekking being particularly popular, with several custom tours booked, so do join us for great birdwatching. Remember if the dates advertised don't suit you just drop us a line and we will do everything possible to find a date ideal for you. We run lots and lots of custom tours tailormade to perfectly suit our clients so don't delay! Do get in touch and we can soon be enjoying wonderful birds with you!

Email us on info@thebiggesttwitch.com for more details. We're looking forward to hearing from you!

Red Grouse

We also do grouse in red.



Black Grouse 2

But black is by far the most popular!




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