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Guiding in North Wales some recent photos

It has been a very busy May with lots of guided trips here in North Wales and some amazing birds have been seen on our travels!

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The stunning male Citrine Wagtail at RSPB Conwy was followed by us finding a second male at Cemlyn on Anglesey - first ever county record!

Wren singing
But of course we always stop and admire the regular birds on all our tours - this Wren was singing his heart out at Cemlyn just after we had seen the Citrine Wagtail.

Lunch with Harriers
Lunch in the uplands, watching a male Hen Harrier sky-dancing as we enjoy the food!

Carneddau from Ogwen
Stunning scenery in the Snowdonia National Park, taken just after great views of Honey Buzzard

Nant Ffrancon valley
Nant Ffrancon Valley - where great birds can be found!

Looking for Dippers
Neil and Eldeg looking for Dippers

We enjoyed wonderful views of a pair of Dippers

Bonapartes Gull Porthmadog
We caught up with a vagrant Bonaparte's Gull - second from the left

If you would like to join us great birding and great fun simply drop us a line -

We would love to share wonderful birds and places with you!


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