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The Biggest Twitch 2012 Tour Schedule is here...

Titchwell RSPB Reserve at dawn

Atmostpheric Titchwell RSPB Reserve at dawn

To help you get the most out of your birding in 2012, we've put together a new schedule of tours throughout the year to the very best birding locations across the UK and beyond. To whet your appetite, here's a quick snapshot of what we've got planned for each month:

6th – 8th North Norfolk
Get your year list off to a flying start with this Norfolk birding boost

10th - 12th RSPB Leighton Moss and WWT Caerlaverock
Enjoy the spectacle of huge numbers of Barnacle Geese plus wild swans, waders, wildfowl, raptors and the possibility of elusive Bitterns

2nd – 4th North Norfolk:
Enjoy the last of the winter birds and early migrants in this birding mecca

14th - 21st A taste of Spain: Birding in Catalonia:
Sorry this tour is now fully booked for 2012

26th – 30th The very best of the Scottish Highlands:
Your chance to catch up with Scottish specialities including Golden Eagle, Ptarmigan, Capercaillie, Dotterel, King Eider, Crested Tit and many more. Optional haggis and whisky!

16th – 20th Mull:
Enjoy outstanding wildlife in a dramatic setting with White-tailed and Golden Eagles, Hen Harrier, Short-eared Owl and Otters – only 2 places left

22nd – 24th June Norfolk Summer Specialities:
Superb birding at this hotspot for migrant birds and resident species – only 1 place left

30th June – 3rd July Farne Islands & Northumberland:
Enjoy this amazing chance to get up close and personal with breeding Puffins, Arctic Terns, Guillemots, Kittiwakes and seals; a trip packed with great photo opportunities

6th – 8th Norfolk Summer Specialities:
Enjoy outstanding birds in one of Britain’s top birdwatching locations

27th – 29th July Suffolk Specialities:
Mix summer with autumn in this beautiful part of the country with Avocets, Marsh Harriers, Bittern, Bearded Tits and the first returning waders

3rd – 5th Norfolk Early Autumn Special:
Enjoy the spectacle of returning waders and migrants along with a host of charismatic resident birds

22nd – 26th South West Ireland:
Join us for this short break to enjoy the best of autumn migration in a spectacular setting. We will search for American vagrants and enjoy wonderful seawatching.

12th – 19th Norfolk House Party:
We’re here all week in a large, comfortable, catered house, so why not join us in Norfolk for as many birding days as you like during this time, the choice is yours! Simply reserve your space for the days that suit you and join us for some great Norfolk birding at this wonderful time of year.

30th November – 2nd December RSPB Leighton Moss and WWT Caerlaverock:
Why not join us for a weekend’s wild goose and swan spectacular in this beautiful part of the country?

For more information about any of these trips and to reserve your place, please email us on We only take small groups of people on our tours to ensure maximum enjoyment for everyone, so please book early to avoid disappointment!

To download a copy of our 2012 Tour Schedule, click here:

For details of our day trips in and around North Wales available throughout the year, please check out Guided Birdwatching Trips in North Wales or email us on to find out more.

We look forward to hearing from you and sharing great birds with you in 2012!


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