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Great birds, great fun, come and join us soon!

Alan and Ruth your guides

Your guides Ruth and Alan.

We would love you join us on one of our birdwatching trips, enjoy lots of birds at a relaxed pace and have great fun. Our tours are designed so that everyone has the best possible experience, small groups, great food, lovely places to stay and time to enjoy it all. We know it is your special time and we always do everything possible to ensure the trip is just perfect for everyone.

Below are some of our up coming tours, we would love you to join us. If the dates are not perfect for you please contact us - we run many custom tours in addition to the ones listed below and would love to help arrange a trip just ideal for you.

Norfolk Migration Week - 6th - 13th September 2014

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A week full of amazing birds, residents, migrants and arriving winter birds will all be enjoyed. Our birdwatching begins from the windows of our stunning base over-looking the marshes. Relaxed pace, easy walks and superb food make this a very special trip indeed. We often find our own rare birds on our Norfolk trips adding to the excitement.

Estonia Mass Bird Migration - 1st - 5th October 2014

Hazelhen male 2014

If bird migration sets your pulse racing then this trip is for you! Tens of thousands of birds will be on the move and we will marvel at bird migration on a vast scale. Along with the migration we will look for forest birds including owls, grouse and Nutcracker.

Highlands of Scotland - 8th - 12th October 2014

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We look for Eagles, Ptarmigan, Crested Tits, grouse and winter wildfowl all in stunning scenery. Mammals will also be high on our wanted list and we will look for Pine Martin, Badger, Bottle-nosed Dolphins and enjoy watching Red Deer rutting.

Colourful Costa Rica - November 2014 - dates coming soon

RQ Panama 2008

Our two week tour will cover all the main habitats of this bird filled country and we expect to enjoy over 300 species of amazing birds! Staying in lovely lodges and taking plenty of time to really enjoy the stunning birds and wildlife. If you dream of seeing Resplendent Quetzal, toucans, trogons, tanagers and hummingbirds this trip is for you!

We are also running two birdwatching trips for Birdwatching Magazine, in October and January, both these trips are fully booked. Of course we would love to arrange a North Wales birdwatching trip just for you, drop us a line and we will do the rest.

To book your place or for more details on any of our trips simply drop us a line and we will be delighted to help.

Or if you would like to have a chat about how we can make the perfect trip for you, please do give us a call.

Telephone 01492 872407

We look forward to enjoying wonderful birds with you soon, Alan and Ruth.


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