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Birds and Birders in North Wales

We are very lucky to spend our time with some lovely birdwatchers from all over the UK and further afield and to share with them the very best sites and birds that North Wales has to offer. Here is just a short selection from the past few weeks:

Anne Sue Ruth Tel and Jayne

L-R: Sue, Anne, Tel and Jayne join us very early one morning - hard to believe this is May not March but that didn't stop the fantastic birding!

Black Grouse Males

Black Grouse males lekking - all bluster and no hard blows!


Cuckoo being mobbed

Wendy Barry and Alan

Wendy, Barry and Alan enjoying the glorious mountain scenery and birding in bright sunshine

Black Guillemot

Black Guillemot showing its white underwings

Chough 2

Close encounter with a charismatic Chough

Siskin 1

Siskin launches itself into the air

Richard Julie and Ruth

Julie, Richard and Ruth enjoying sunny South Stack RSPB

Spatulate Fleawort

Sometimes we even look at things other than birds, here the endemic Spatulate Fleawort found only on the cliffs at South Stack

Red Squirrel on branch

Visitors from outside Wales are always thrilled to catch a glimpse of our Anglesey Red Squirrels

Wheatear on branch

Normal birding business is quickly resumed when a Wheatear pops up into view

Tawny Owl

Sometimes we are even lucky enough to catch up with night birds during the daytime, such as this roosting Tawny Owl

If you'd like to join us for a fun day out enjoying great birds and other wildlife, do email us on for more details about our birdwatching daytrips and longer breaks. We look forward to hearing from you!


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