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Birds of Snowdonia

Birds of Snowdonia.

  • Welcome to Snowdonia, land of myths and legends, immerse yourself in the most magnificent scenery the UK has to offer. See the rare Chough, the majestic Red Kite, lekking Black Grouse, Hen Harrier, Goshawk, Hawfinch, Black Guillemot and Puffin just to name a few. Also Owl and Nightjar evenings.
    Phone: 01286 872132 or e-mail or visit website.

Southern U.K. including central Wales June-July 2010

  • This tour included several days in Central Wales...David and Roma Bell report.

A South West Wales Bird Calendar: May - September

  • September on the Carmarthen Bay can be a very special time.  There seems to be plenty of calm, cloudless days.  The school holidays are over but the weather stays sunny.  The only sign of impending autumn is the heavy dew soaking your socks as you walk the fields and the heavy purple fruit on the sloe trees and brambles....Carol Lewis Reports.

Birdwatching on Anglesey

  • A visit to Anglesey at any time of the year will provide rewarding species.  There are many excellent sites and several species that need to be targeted. Key speciality birds are the Chough, Black Guillemot and the other Auks. Terns, including Roseate in summer. Divers, Grebes and Brent Geese in winter.  Of course nothing can be guaranteed......John Girdley reports.


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Some Useful bird books for Wales:
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Where to Watch Birds in Wales
Dave Saunders: Buy from or

  • This is a guide to birdwatching in Wales with site descriptions and information on habitat, species to be seen and access. Appendices describe minor sites, national and local conservation organizations, bird clubs and societies and a complete list of bird species mentioned in the book.

Where to Watch Birds in Britain
Simon Harrap, Nigel Redman: Buy from or

  • A superb and well researched update of the original book. Lots of new sites have been added. The experts have been consulted. An indispensible guide to British twitcher or foreign visitor. All the key sites are covered, usually with good maps complete with a season by season guide of what to see where.

RSPB Guide to Birdwatching, A Step-by-step Approach.
Mike Unwin : Buy from or

  • A wonderfully comprehensive guide foranyone taking up birdwatching for the first time or simply wanting to further their skills. It has something for birders of every level, to be read from cover to cover or simply dipped into. Lots of really nice photos and all those "did you know facts" to delight your friends.

Recommended travel books for Wales:

Lonely Planet Wales (Travel Guide)
John King: Buy from or

  • This guide to Wales includes a section on Welsh myths and legends. Readers can learn to make the most of the lung-cleansing countryside with mountain climbing in Snowdonia or bog snorkelling in Llandrindod, and pub crawling in Mumbles.


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