Catch up with news from Somerset Birdwatching Holidays and enjoy some of the season’s highlightsRead More
Thunderbirds are GoRead More
Another hot trip.
Of course we can find the Somerset cranes - Never in doubt.
Cranes and other magical flying creatures.Read More
Who says there are no birds to see in high summer?
You just have to work a little harder to see them.Read More
Our success rate at finding cranes had not been great, we had found one…and that was a cardboard cutout. Undaunted we set off…Read More
The Avalon Marshes is truly the ‘Heron Capital of Britain’ where mere mortals can enjoy some wonderful birdsRead More
A very hot day in Minehead looking for a rather elusive warblerRead More
A quick recce to the new Steart Marshes reserve overlooking Bridgwater Bay was to provide a host of great birds - however, note to self, next time allow more time.Read More
“OK Dad, it is your day today… you can do anything you want”.
You know what it isn’t..
But what is it?Read More
An atmospheric night-time hunt for the elusive nightjar.Read More
The popular Daily Mail journalist Bel Mooney and her husband Robin joined us for an introduction to birdwatching. This is what she thought…Read More
Stephen is just back from Italy where he came face to face with the ‘Man in Question’Read More
The damp and overcast conditions did not spoil two great days birding across Somerset, leading to a record haul - to date….Read More
One of the nicest things about leading bird tours is the extra amount of time you spend in the field.Read More
Falco Subbuteo puts on a great display over the Patch.Read More
We always knew it was going to be a great weekend when three hobbies flew over our heads within the first two minutes, but the ‘Penguin Dance’ a mealy redpoll and some very sexy ducks would take the biscuit.Read More
Occasionally, just occasionally, Stephen and Graeme go looking for birds outside the county.Read More
Another great weekend with two keen novice birdwatchers. Stephen and Graeme introduce more beginners to the joys of birdwatching in Somerset.Read More
A morning walk in the ancient woodlands perched on the edge of the Mendip hills was going to get the pulse racing for more reason than the steepness of the gradient.Read More