New Wildlife Holidays Announced for 2017

by Russ on August 9, 2016

The Shropshire Hills on this year's Shropshire SafariToday is a very exciting day at Nature Talks and Walks, as we can announce three brand new UK wildlife holidays coming your way!

We’ve been running wildlife holidays for HF Holidays since 2012, and next year we’ll be running tours in yet more exciting and stunning locations around the UK, all designed around discovering and enjoying British wildlife.

We’ll leave each day after breakfast with a freshly prepared meal for lunch. A minibus will stay with us throughout the day, so any equipment or food can be left here at our leisure.

Here’s what you can look forward to:

The Four-Spotted ChaserWings over the South Downs: Abingworth, 28th August 2017 (4 nights)

Discover the amazing world of flight as we go in search of birds, dragonflies and many other creatures of the air. This holiday is set in the stunning countryside of Sussex, staying in Abingworth.

The Great White EgretBirdwatching: Dolgellau, 30th September 2017 (6 nights)

Dolgellau offers beautiful scenery and fabulous wildlife, with plenty of nature reserves and different habitats. The bird watching here is perfect for the beginner and expert birder.

From tree tops to open estuary, the are dozens of different species of bird to see and enjoy in the welsh countryside. A good pair of binoculars are advisable and if you have a telescope, some of the locations we’ll be visiting have facilities to support their use.

 

The Fly AgaricAutumn Wildlife of the Lake District: Derwent Bank, 13th November 2017 (4 nights)

On this trip, we’ll be staying at the beautiful Derwent Bank. Autumn offers some of the best wildlife watching opportunities, with many species getting ready for the colder months. Migrating waterfowl and a multitude of mushrooms are among a couple of groups we’ll be looking for.

 

If you’d like to more information on any of the above holidays, please don’t hesitate to get in touch:

[email protected]

Stay tuned for more details in the future.

Don’t forget…

To find out more more about what wildlife services we offer at Nature Talks and Walks, you can explore our ‘About Us‘ section.

If you have any questions or pictures of your wildlife, you can leave a comment below or email a picture and you could be featured in our future blogs! You can email us at:

[email protected]

Take care and remember, stay on the wild side!


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