Where to Watch Birds in UK

Paul regularly writes articles for Birdwatch magazine’s ‘Where to Watch’ series.

Some of our tours visit the areas mentioned here and these articles will hopefully give you some ideas about our bespoke tours or encourage you to join one of our planned excursions.

 

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Devon

Yarner Woods

Yarner Woods is located on the eastern edge of Dartmoor National Park, Devon. This diverse woodland valley comprising of a mix of deciduous and coniferous

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Cornwall

The Carrick Roads

This area North-East of Falmouth and Penryn, part of the Fal Estuary is known as The Carrick Roads. Being so deep it regularly attracts sea-going

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Cornwall

Stithians Lake

Stithians Reservoir is undoubtedly the best area of open water for birdwatching in the county, equalled arguably by some, only by Drift Reservoir. The highest

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Cornwall

Newquay Area

Better known for its surfing than its birding, the popular summer tourist destination of Newquay has some hugely under-watched areas. The habitats on its estuary,

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