April 28, 2017

The Common Cuckoo (Cumulus canorus) arrived back in Wales a few days ago after spending the winter months in Africa. A very strange and peculiar brood parasite bird that lays its eggs in the nests of other species.The male song, goo-ko, is sung during the breeding seas...

April 26, 2017

The Red  Kite is the national bird of Wales and were almost on the verge of extinction in the mid twentieth century and were down to two pairs in the Tywi Valley in Mid Wales. Now the species is thriving and we will be able to see them on our Wild Wales bus tour and Wa...

April 3, 2017

During mid April to the start of June, Bluebells their nodding, blue necked blossoms, carpet ancient woodlands, groves and hillsides in hues of cobalt blues all around the nation of Wales.

Its a sight to behold and during our May “Wild Wales Tour & Walkabout” this sprin...

April 3, 2017

During our Wild Wales walkabouts this spring and fall we will be looking out for these three birdies. The Meadow Pipit who returns each year to Wales to nest on lowland heaths and salt marshes from its winter home in southern Europe and North Africa. The Stone Chat, bl...

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