Wildlife Tours (and fieldtrips) cover all aspects of flora and fauna, in a given habitat and Ecological Experiences offers customised itineraries, based on your personal preferences and experience for instance: General Wildlife, Birdwatching, Dragonflies, Butterflies, Habitats.
All tours and field trips include:
Wildlife Photography field trips include:
Don't forget, whatever your interest, tours are customized to your requirements; what you want to see and what time you have available. Its all about you having a good Wildlife Experience!
If there is any more information you require please contact me via the website.
Booking details & Prices
To book a Wildlife tour/fieldtrip contact me via the website when a designated meeting place will be arranged. Whatever your requirements, please don't hesitate to get in contact.
Half-day field-trips and tours (either morning or afternoon 4 hour trips) start at £50 per person. Payment is on the day and there are discounts for group bookings.
With resident Cranes, Bittern, Marsh Harrier, Water Rail and Bearded Reedling, Norfolk is a great place for wildlife. Swallowtails are only found in this region and it is a stronghold for Norfolk Hawker dragonfly, plus some other very rare insects, such as the Fen Mason Wasp (presumed to be extinct in the UK until 1986) and Jumping Spider Marpissa radiata.
Wildlife Tours and Fieldtrips are available all the year-round and are customized to suit all abilities. A wide range of Wildlife/Ecology is catered for and includes birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, an array of insect genera, including the favourite Butterfly and Dragonfly groups, plants and much more besides.
Common Crane Bittern Marsh Harrier Water Rail Bearded Reedling
Swallowtail Norfolk Hawker Marpissa radiata Fen Mason Wasp Fen mason chimneys
Just so much to discover!
Please note: Entry fees to reserves are not included in the price and you are advised to choose suitable footwear and attire for the particular environment and the weather conditions that might be encountered! You will also need to bring with you any food and drinks you might require required.
How to get that special shot
Fieldcraft (how to approach a subject)
Setting up photographic opportunities