Birding Tour of the Welsh Borders


This last weekend saw me co-guiding the Bargain Birding Club holiday to the Welsh Borders.

We were blessed with dry and mostly sunny weather, and tallied up 100 bird species exactly, plus Wild Boar, a Weasel, Fallow Deer, and much more.


Locations visited included the extensive ancient woodlands of the Forest Of Dean, the magical moss and lichen clad woodlands in the Brecon Beacons, the fantastic wetlands on the coast of South Wales, and the spectacle of a Red Kite feeding station.


Here are a few photos I have uploaded so far, but for the full trip report written by Bargain Birding Club’s Richard Hanman, keep an eye on my diary.  For more fantastic value birding holidays visit:, or keep an eye on my website where I will advertise the trips I am leading and co-leading.

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