Birding in Wales Moors and Estuaries Trip
This one-day Birdwatching Wales Uplands and Estuaries Day Trip is a relaxed-paced trip available where you can expect to see over 70 species of bird. This exciting Birdwatching Wales day trip offers a real contrast of habitats as we divide our time between upland moors and broad estuaries. Join us as we look for the special birds each of these habitats has to offer.
This exclusive Birdwatching Wales day trip is for one person alone or for two people booking together to offer you the highest level of individual attention and the best possible view of the very special birds we will be looking for.
Nothing can beat being out on the moors in the early morning, watching the sunrise and listening to the atmospheric sounds of birds across the moors, this is an experience watching birds in Wales that you will never forget! Expect wild open spaces, huge skies, expansive views and plenty of fresh air. We'll be looking for upland birds such as grouse and raptors.
After our early start, we'll head to one of our favourite eateries to enjoy a delicious cooked breakfast/brunch before continuing our Wales bird watching day trip at a lower altitude on an immense estuary, such a contrast in habitat and bird species in one packed day rip to watch birds in Wales. Here on the estuary, we'll be looking for waders and wildfowl, and again more raptors are possible here.
As we'll have made an early start, we'll finish our Wales birdwatching day trip around mid-afternoon, with a great list of birds and a full memory (and possibly a memory card if photography's your thing) of amazing bird encounters. This is a very special guided one-day tour which we offer on a custom basis for just one person or two people booking together and one of our own favourites. We know you will love your custom day watching the special birds of Wales on the moors and estuaries with us.
Birdwatching Wales Uplands and Estuaries Day Trip Highlights include:
- The incredible sight and sound of lekking Black Grouse
- Encounters with iconic migrant species such as Wheatear, Whinchat, Common Redstart and Pied Flycatcher
- Spot a Dipper or Grey Wagtail bobbing on a rock in a rushing mountain stream
- Following the flight of a Goshawk in binoculars as it powers along the ridgeline
- Tucking into a delicious full Welsh breakfast after an invigorating early morning's birding, it tastes so much better!
We are certified 'Good to Go' by VisitWales.
Would you like to have another customised birdwatching trip in this glorious part of the world? Look here for the Birds in North Wales Custom Day Trip.
Alternative Tour Name: Uplands and Estuaries Guided Birdwatching Daytrip