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This coming weeks trips and Snow Bunting

Fancy some great birdwatching in wonderful places? Then join us on one of our tours next week. We have some great days out...

Sunday 28th October - Dee Estuary - We will be looking for raptors, waders and wildfowl which could include Hen Harrier, Short eared Owl, Great white Egret, Ruff, Black tailed Godwits and many more!

Wednesday 31st October - Best of North Wales - We will explore the North Wales coast and take in the very best birds about. It is likely that we will visits sites west of Conwy then spend the afternoon on Anglesey. Highlights could include divers, grebes, waders, wildfowl, Black Guillemots, Chough, expect to see a lot of birds!

Thursday 1st November - Best of Anglesey - a full day exploring the best birdwatching sites on this wonderful island. Highlights could include Chough, Black Guillemot, Brent Geese, Pintail, Golden Plover, Great northern Diver and of course any scarce birds that might be availible! Expect to see over 70 species!

Saturday 3rd November - Best of North Wales - We will explore the North Wales coast and take in the very best birds about. It is likely that we will visits sites west of Conwy then spend the afternoon on Anglesey. Highlights could include divers, grebes, waders, wildfowl, Black Guillemots, Chough, expect to see a lot of birds!

If you would like to join us please just drop us a line for full details

info@thebiggesttwitch.com

If the dates don't suit we are very happy to arrange a custom day on a date that is ideal just for you.

An early morning visit to the Great Orme, aka our back garden, paid off with great views of this lovely Snow Bunting.

Snow Bunting 1 Gt Orme

Snow Bunting 2 Gt Orme

We look forward to enjoying great birds with you!


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