tide watch

Guide in the hide:


In September I will be helping again at the annual `High tide watch` at the National Wetland Centre, Penclacwydd, when there will be a chance to see hundreds, possibly thousands, of birds being drawn in to feed on the swollen water levels.

This is often a fantastic time to see many birds a lot closer than normal, timed to coincide with the late afternoon light and sunset. Of course there can be no guarantees on weather, but year on year this event has proved to be popular and well attended. Pre-booking is essential.

Birds viewed well in the past have included Peregrine, Kingfisher, Curlew sandpiper, Spotted Redshank and even Marsh Harrier, so you never know what might turn up.

I have been involved with both the tide watches and spring `Dawn chorus` walks with the WWT for many years, but I am also available for more personal private help for either one-to-one or small groups.

To book your place on the WWT`s High tide watch you can contact the Centre on 01554 741087 or call in to during their opening hours.

If you would like to arrange some private help or even a talk on another occasion with myself, please complete the contact form on this site and I will get back to you as soon as possible. I`m very happy to help beginners.

I look forward to hearing from you.





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