Upcoming Tours/Events

Welcome to our section of forthcoming events. We have a range of day tours throughout the

year at various important locations for Northumberland's birds and wildlife - Holy Island,

Druridge Bay, Kielder Forest, the Farne Islands, Coquetdale and the Cheviot hills. 

Going forward we are looking re-brand and expand our offering to include guided tours 

elsewhere in the North-East of England, tours are likely to be to other fantastic sites

in both the uplands and lowlands of Durham.

8 May 2021

Springtime in Druridge Bay 

22 May 2021

Upland birds in the Cheviot Hills

Private Tours

Starting in 2021 we are happy to announce we will be offering private guiding. Our offering includes general tours as well as targeting certain species.  The north-east of England is one of the best places in the UK to enjoy certain species of birds and some of the regions highlights include (but are not limited to):

   - Long-eared Owl;

   - Willow Tit;

   - Roseate Tern; and

   - Black Grouse.

We also appreciate there there may be certain birds not listed above that you are nevertheless keen to see, if this is the case then we can also look into a tailored tour to maximise the chance of connecting with that species. Of course nothing in bird watching in guaranteed, but you can often increase your chances of success by spending more time looking for a particular species. 

For a private tour which isn't species specific then please also get in touch. 

Enquire either by emailing us or using the website contact form.

" Great fun and I learned loads. I can now identify many more birds and feel motivated to do so more "

Jean Degenhardt - Newcastle, UK

Long-eared Owl - July 2020 - © Andrew Kinghorn

If you would like any more information, or would like to book a tour with us then please do not hesitate to get in touch. See our contact us page or simply email/call:

E: birdwatch.northeast@gmail.com

T: 07717 024099

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