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Last few dates for North Wales trips booking up fast

Great Orme

We have had a very welcome flury of bookings for our North Wales birdwatching trips, many thanks to all of you for making so many bookings! As a result we have just a few places left on our set departure tours, here are the dates that we still have availibilty on -

Black Grouse April 2013 2

Black Grouse lek - 7th March and 28 April £70 per person this includes a full cooked breakfast after looking for the grouse. We will explore many upland areas in search of many special birds before moving lower down to look for woodland and wetland species. A really varied day full of great birds!


Best of North Wales - 21 June £60 per person. We visit the best sites on the mainland and Anglesey, stunning scenery and wonderful birds. On the mainland we look for Pied Flycatcher, Redstart, warblers and raptors. On Anglesey highlights may include Puffin, Black Guillemot, Chough, masses of terns and perhaps a Mediterranean Gull.

On all our tours we are in constant touch with the very latest bird information so we can react to any news.

If you would like to join us do drop a line soon to make sure you enjoy great birds with us this Spring.

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