Birdwatching Breaks in Torquay
Our Devon birdwatching breaks allow you to experience some of Britain’s special birdlife under the guidance of expert wildlife tour leader and photographer, Ashley Grove. Visit several of Devon’s top birdwatching sites to see a variety of birds that take advantage of the warmer winters our county enjoys.
Devon's Winter Birdlife
Flocks of waders including Avocets enjoy the food rich marshes and at points along the coast we have the chance of catching up with Cirl Buntings, which breed in this part of the country alone.
Devon's Birdlife - Migrants on the Move!
As well as some of the wonderful resident birdlife in the area, we will be hoping to catch up with a few of the birds that pass through the South West on their Autumn migration. These could be American vagrants blown adrift by westerly winds, as well as European and Eastern species.
Regular autumnal visitors could include warblers like Yellow-browed and waders such as Curlew Sandpiper. Who knows what might turn up.
Your expert guide to Devon’s birdwatching hotspots is Ashley Grove. His knowledge of birdlife, photography and the local Devon wildlife is priceless and really sets our birdwatching breaks apart from any other.
His passion for the subject is infectious and his easy going approach to birdwatching makes these holidays a great starting point for those wishing to try a new hobby.