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Join us in Finland Spring 2013

We are planning a trip to one of the most amazing birdwatching areas in Europe, Finland, where the birds are very special indeed. We already have a number of people interested so come along and experience stunning Arctic birds. We also plan to spend a few days in the far north of Norway to enjoy some very special birds indeed.

Here are just a few images to give you a flavour of the sights that await you in this beautiful country.

Ural Owl 1
Owls will be a main feature of this trip, here a Ural Owl

Hawk Owl 1
Always a thrill to see a Hawk Owl

Ruff 1
You could be enjoying breeding plumaged Ruff

Midnight Sun
Birdwatching in the land of the midnight sun

Willow Grouse 1
Many species allow close up views, like this Willow Grouse

Siberian Jay 1
Siberian Jays are a real highlight on this tour

Pine Grosbeak 1
Another real gem that will look for, Pine Grosbeak

This will be the fourth time we have run this tour and we will again be using expert local guides to ensure we see huge numbers of the very special birds here. For more details of our tour in 2013 just drop us a line

info@thebiggesttwitch.com

We look forward to enjoying amazing birds with you!


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