Wildlife Wales Short Breaks
With mountains, lakes, rivers, & estuaries; moorland, woodland, dunes & heath, there is a wealth of wildlife, botanical, geological and historic interest on this Gulf Stream warmed coastal strip.
FEBRUARY: Estuaries & sheltered bays are full of wintering Waders, Ducks & Seabirds; woods & fields with Thrushes, Larks & Finches, all moved to this mild western coast from the frozen north.
JUNE: Rich with Orchids & Wildflowers, Butterflies & Moths, Dragonflies & Damsels. Early Morning Dawn Chorus, Nightjars at Nightfall & Excursions to the Sea Cliffs of Anglesey & the Llyn for Nesting Seabirds.
Specific animals, birds & flowers are best viewed in small groups, so the maximum group size is 7 persons to accommodate A full spectrum of experience and ability.
Wildlife Wales, Short Breaks are offered in February & June, to include 2½ days wildlife guiding and 3 nights Dinner Bed & Breakfast accommodation at a 5* Restaurant with Rooms close to the historic castle in Harlech.
Schools & Organisations
Wildlife Wales works with schools & outdoor centres in providing environmental education & activities for children.
We are experienced, insured & documented to offer a great range of educational activities in support of the National Curriculum, including project work.