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Guided Birdwatching Trips and more with The Biggest Twitch!

Welcome to The Biggest Twitch online - offering you the best birdwatching trips in North Wales and beyond!

Come and join us for a birdwatching daytrip or go on a guided birdwatching holiday in North Wales!

Having written the successful site guide 'Best Birdwatching Sites in North Wales' nobody knows more about birdwatching in North Wales than Alan and Ruth. As THE local birdwatching experts we know all about being in the right places to see the birds, but we know it's just as important to enjoy yourself at the same time. That's why we only take small groups and always spend plenty of time enjoying the views of all the birds we encounter. Find out more about our custom-made and small group tours to the best birdwatching destinations in North Wales. It's your chance to be guided by the world record-breaking birders. Read More
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Fancy a guided birdwatching tour further afield in the UK?

If it's a top birdwatching destination somewhere in the UK, we will have been there ourselves. We can offer fixed departure tours or tailor-made trips to the best birdwatching locations anywhere in the UK throughout the year. Book now and relax in the knowledge that you're in expert hands.

Looking for a guided birdwatching trip to the Scottish Highlands? Click on Guided birdwatching trip to the Scottish Highlands for more details.
To find out more about our 4-day tours to Northumberland Read More here.
We also run 3-day trips to North Norfolk, Read More here for more details. Come and join us for a week of fantastic bird migration in October 2013 : Click here Norfolk January Birding Week for more information.

Want to take a guided birdwatching trip in Europe?

Following the success of our tours in 2013 we are happy to offer again in 2014 our popular and exciting five-day spring tour to visit the rolling plains and cork oak woodlands of Extremadura 15th to 19th March 2014. Our trip here is timed to witness the bizarre display of our key target bird, male Great Bustard, on its breeding grounds as well as many other charismatic species. For a taster of this wonderful trip, click on Extremadura All Bustards Great and Small. Email us on info@thebiggesttwitch.com for more information.

New for 2014, we are also pleased to offer our week-long trip to the fascinating Alentejo area of Portugal from Saturday 22nd to Saturday 29th March 2014. Join us as we explore this unspoiled area of Portugal: enjoy bird-packed days and relaxing nights in our comfortable country house hotel. For more details of this exciting trip, click on Exciting spring birdwatching in Portugal or email us on info@thebiggesttwitch.com for more information.

We are also offering a two-week tour to Finland and Northern Norway from Saturday 24th May to Friday 6th June 2014. If you would like more details of this trip to one of the most fascinating birding areas in Europe, please take a look on Birding in the Land of the Midnight Sun in 2014, or email us on info@thebiggesttwitch.com for more information.

Another new trip for 2014 is our exciting 5-day tour to Western Estonia to experience an incredible migration spectacle. We will be there at the perfect time of year, Wednesday 1st to Sunday 5th October 2014 to witness thousands of birds on the move. Read more about this wonderful trip jam-packed with birds on Estonia Migration Special October 2014 or email us on info@thebiggesttwitch.com for more information.

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Looking for an illustrated talk for your group?

We give illustrated talks on our world record-breaking birding year in 2008 called The Biggest Twitch, plus a range of other talks about the birds, wildlife, people and landscapes in other countries around the world. Let us entertain you!
Read More here to learn more about our range of illustrated talks.

Contact us now on info@thebiggesttwitch.com to book a talk to suit your group.

Environmental impact surveys

We and our team of experienced environmental surveyors can conduct bird surveys in the UK using standard survey techniques as part of your environmental impact assessment. Read More to find out more about our bird surveys.

Contact us on info@thebiggesttwitch.com for more information.

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