Somerset Birdwatching Experiences
Nightjars & mid-summer birds
There is nothing more exciting that the expectation just before dusk on a summer’s evening waiting for the first ‘churring’ calls of the nightjar. Join us this June to enjoy this spectacle and other summer birds
MID-SUMMER BIRDS AND BUTTERFLIES
It’s high summer and it is hot. We are perched on the ridge of Collard Hill taking in the pastoral scene that is laid before us. A Kestrel is hovering and a Blackcap still sings his beautiful song deep from within the undergrowth.
BIRDWATCHINg magazine reader offer
The perfect introduction to birdwatching in Somerset. Visit all the best habitats and reserves Somerset offers at the peak time for bird action. All the spring migrants have now arrived.
winter birds and the Starling Spectacular
To see half a million of anything is a breath-taking sight – but to see half a million Starlings fly in their liquid murmuration is truly a sight to behold.
Spring Birding Bonanza
The Avalon hide at Ham Wall on a breezy afternoon offers great views of hunting Hobbies chasing dragonflies; Marsh Harriers perform their sky-dance and Great White Egrets drop in like ghostly pterodactyls
Tailor-made Group Birdwatching
Our scheduled Birdwatching packages can be adapted and changed to suit the requirements of a larger party of birdwatchers travelling together from a club or society.
Walls Farm is located in the quiet hamlet of West Stoughton close to the village of Wedmore. It sits just a few miles south of the Mendip Hills, north of the Somerset Levels, east of the Bristol Channel and west of the historic city of Wells.
RESERVE Your birdwatching experience
Reserve your birdwatching holiday
With a maximum group size of eight participants our birdwatching holidays book up very quickly.
In order to hold space for your preferred holiday date please complete the email enquiry form and we will do the rest to help confirm your booking.