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Any of the tours below can be arranged on dates to suit you. Tours can be booked for full or half days depending on location.

COTSWOLD WATER PARK
GLOUCESTERSHIRE & WILTSHIRE
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Winter Duck Tour - 1/2 Day (9.00 - 1.00)  (January - March)  

The Cotswold Water Park (CWP) holds 1000's of wintering wildfowl. On this half-day tour we will look for some of the scarcer species like Goosander, Smew and Pintail that visit this area in Winter. Please bring wellies as the paths do become very muddy at this time of year.
£30.00 per person

Tours also run most weekends throughout the year so please call for latest dates.

SOMERSET LEVELS, HAMWALL & SHAPWICK HEATH
SOMERSET
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(All day tour beginning at 09:00 hrs, ending approx 17:00 hrs)  

The Levels is extremely rich in wildlife and wild flowers. It is one of the finest remaining lowland wetlands left in Britain and is also internationally important for wintering wildfowl.

The wetland is also one of the few areas of England where Otters flourish. The marshes that lie all around Glastonbury and as far west as the coast are collectively called The Avalon Marshes. Shapwick Heath, Ham Wall, Westhay Moor and Catcott Lows wildlife reserves all fall within The Avalon Marshes.

Today these wetlands are renowned for internationally important numbers of waterfowl who come here to feed and roost in winter. In summer Waders come here to breed and it is one of the best places in lowland England to see breeding Waders. Cattle grazing, hay and silage production maintain these large areas of countryside
£60.00 per person


PAGHAM HARBOUR & SIDLESHAM FERRY
SUSSEX
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(All day tour beginning at 09:00 hrs, ending approx 17:00 hrs)  

Situated on the south coast of Sussex, Pagham Harbour is a great spot for birdwatching. The harbor itself has some superb habitats comprising, shingle beaches and copses. Wildfowl and Waders will still be present in good numbers. Sidlesham Ferry Pool can be home to some migrant waders such as Greenshank, Whimbrel and Little Ringed Plover. We will walk along the shore and spend the day looking out for the returning migrants.
£80.00 per person, minimum of 2 people

This tour only operates on Saturdays and Sundays


DURLSTON COUNTRY PARK
DORSET
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(All day tour beginning at 09:00 hrs, ending approx 17:00 hrs)  

Situated in the south-east corner of the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset (grid ref SZ  03 77), a mile south of Swanage, lies Durlston Country Park  - 280 acres of very special countryside.

Few places in Britain equal Durlston. The bare statistics merely hint at the amazing diversity of wildlife: 33 species of breeding butterfly, over 250 species of bird recorded, 500 wildflowers, 500 moths and thousands of other invertebrates.  Durlston's special qualities stem from a combination of geography, geology, history and careful management which has created a mosaic of nationally important wildlife habitats: sea-cliffs, downs, ancient meadows, hedgerows, woodland, and dry-stone walls - each with their characteristic plants and animals. 
£80.00 per person, minimum of 2 people
This tour only operates on Saturdays and Sundays


COTSWOLD WATER PARK
GLOUCESTERSHIRE & WILTSHIRE
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Warblers and Nightingales - 1/2 Day Tour  (April - May) 04:00 - 06:00 start for best experience

May is the time to see and listen for warblers and nightingales. We will spend the morning looking for them around the Cotswold Water Park.
£30.00 per person

Tours also run most weekends throughout the year so please call for latest dates.

FARMOOR RESERVOIR
OXFORDSHIRE
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(All day tour beginning at 09:00 hrs, ending approx 17:00 hrs)  

Situated three miles west of Oxford City and lying alongside the River Thames, Farmoor Reservoir is ideally situated to attract migrating, wintering and breeding birds. Although surrounded by a concrete embankment the shoreline and wavewall can still hold good numbers of Waders, Wagtails & Pipits etc. There is a large Gull roost from late July through to mid April. The Pinkhill Reserve was established in 1990 and this has added to the species diversity of the area.

The reservoir is accessed from the B4044 Oxford to Eynsham Road. There is a large car park below the sailing club. A 'countryside' walk takes a scenic route around the perimeter or the two reservoirs can be comfortably traversed via the tarmaced paths and causeway.
£60.00 per person