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Naturebites - Private Tours

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Holyhead, United Kingdom
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About Naturebites - Private Tours
We share our passion for the natural world by running guided tours to show you the best of the wildlife that Anglesey has to offer.Our tours are designed for you to get the most of out of them; whether that is improved field skills, confidence in bird identification or to ‘tick’ species you don’t get on your local patch.We offer experienced birders an introduction to Anglesey and beginners the skills and confidence they need to get more from their wildlife-watching.Aside from birds (which is our main area of expertise), we give you a rounded view of Anglesey by bringing in the rich cultural history and all aspects of wildlife; from flowering plants through to elusive mammals.
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Brian - Sara T wrote a review Nov 2019
Bexhill-on-Sea, United Kingdom26 contributions9 helpful votes
Myself and my husband were walking the costal path in October staying in B&Bs. Ken came and picked us up from the B&B and took us to a local lake, to the harbour and some local fields. He brought his scope and we had good views of many birds. Ken is an avid birdwatcher and was good at explaining everything about the birds to us. Would throughly recommend him.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Tex-birder wrote a review Jun 2019
7 contributions3 helpful votes
The wife and I spent a good day birding around Holyhead with Ken and we were able to locate the top 3 target birds, Choughs, Manx Shearwater and Mediterranean Gull. The breeding colonies on the headlands and South Stack were a truly amazing site everyone should see as were the tern breeding colonies. Ken is a true birding wizard when it comes to identification by sight or sound as well as being a facinating person. The only issue was that Ken has a small 2 door car which meant I had to fold myself into the back seat. After climbing in and out a dozen times over the day I came away with several bumps and bruises. Luckily I'm relativeley fit for a senior since a large or tall person would have been very uncomfortable.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Liz B wrote a review Jun 2019
Essex, United Kingdom69 contributions36 helpful votes
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Fantastic day out with Ken today! We saw so much wildlife! Highlights were red squirrels, great spotted woodpeckers, choughs, bittern (!!), buzzards, Marsh harriers, harbour porpoises, and many birds. Ken’s knowledge and eye sight are incredible. Thanks Ken 😃
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Date of experience: June 2019
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DocRunner wrote a review Nov 2017
Southport, United Kingdom80 contributions35 helpful votes
I'd never seen a red kite so that was our first mission. We met Kathy and Ken in Aberystwyth and within 20 minutes had seen 3 of them. However the 200 or so red kites that we saw feeding was remarkable and a memory that I will treasure. As well as that, the Caped Crusaders managed to conjure up a bullfinch and fantastic views of a yellowhammer - both new to me. We finshed the day back in Aberystwyth with an amazing murmuration of starlings. Ken then managed to deliver 3 purple sandpipers and then, to our delight, a kingfisher sitting beside a rock pool on the beach. The Portuguese Man Of War he threw in at the end was just showing off. Another amazing day. When I think about it, three of the happiest days of my life have been the ones I've spent with Kathy and Ken.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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mikemeaton wrote a review Aug 2017
Buxton, United Kingdom2 contributions2 helpful votes
A great Bank Holiday morning at Malltreath Cob. From the moment we got out of the car, Ken was guiding us towards all manner of wading birds, including curlews, redshanks, and little egrets. We observed a comorant close-up, with its long, hooked beak and later, a sudden flash of blue - a kingfisher, no less, which we tracked again at the end of our walk. In Newborough Forest, what a delight - red squirrels taking nuts from feeders on the trees. We've only ever seen brief glimpses of them before, but here we were, standing for ages watching them feed. Thoroughly recommend a trip out with Ken, for anyone interested in birds and wildlife, at whatever level.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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