Welcome to Tadorna Tours, a birding and wildlife tour company based in South Wales who specialise in friendly and informative tours. Our tours are catered to both experts and amateurs, with our small group sizes allowing us time to spend watching the birds as well as time for photography. All of our guides are keen bird watchers and wildlife watchers with experience of searching for wildlife and birds in remote places all across the British Isles and further afield, as well as insight into working on conservation projects.

What makes us different? We only visit locations that we love and have vast experience of birding, allowing us to share our passion and enthusiasm for the birds and wildlife we’ll encounter. Experienced in the field, we have extensive know-how of working with experienced tour individuals and conservation organisations. Another huge benefit of booking with us, we are qualified in SEN and Additional Needs and offer specialised wildlife days to suit these requirements; just look for the SEN on tours.

We are fully covered with Professional Indemnity Insurance and Public Liability Insurance as well as being fully DBS Certified.

Gower Day Trip – Spring

A gentle tour around Three Cliffs looking for emerging butterflies, a spot of seawatching, and the chance of Chough whilst looking for arriving migrant birds. Another main target is the Yellow-whitlow Grass.

Woodland Migrants Day Trip

Explore a tranquil nature reserve in the Clydach valley in search of woodland migrant birds such as Pied Flycatchers, Spotted Flycatchers, Wood Warblers and Common Redstarts, while looking for other wildlife such as orchids and butterflies.

Gower Day Trip – Winter

Explore the wintering bird life of Rhossili and Mewslade on a gentle-paced walk through picturesque landscapes in the Gower. Targets include wintering birds including thrushes, ducks, waders and gulls, mammals such as Grey Seals, and the resident Chough.

Upcoming Tours

πŸ“… 8th AUG 2020: Orchids, Butterflies & Migrants of Kenfig
πŸ“… 19th AUG 2020: Orchids, Butterflies & Migrants of Kenfig
πŸ“… 24th AUG 2020: Bat & Cake Evening
πŸ“… 29th AUG 2020: Bat & Cake Evening
πŸ“… 4th NOV 2020: Gower – Winter Day Trip
πŸ“… 29th NOV 2020: Gower – Winter Day Trip
πŸ“… 10th DEC 2020: Gower – Winter Day Trip SEN
πŸ“… 17th MAR 2021: Gower – Spring Day Trip
πŸ“… 4th APR 2021: Gower – Spring Day Trip SEN
πŸ“… 11th MAY 2021: Woodland Migrant Day Trip
πŸ“… 29th MAY 2021: Woodland Migrant Day Trip
πŸ“… 19th JUN 2021: Fen Orchid Special

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Featured Tour

Red Kite Special

Watch hundreds of Red Kites feeding from our own private hide with a talk and refreshments to see you through the day. Β£50 adults Β£30 children

Featured Tour

Bat & Cake Evenings

Exploring parks in search of bats during this evening adventure. Did we mention cupcakes too?! Β£10 adults, Β£8 children

Customised Tour Days

Ideal for couples, small groups and individuals looking to see certain species with limited time. These trips are fully customisable with the option of selecting your target species and time scale, these are primarily in Wales although can be catered for elsewhere in the UK.
Contact us at tadornatours@gmail.com to arrange your tour.

Sen Tour Days

One thing that sets us aside from other tour companies is our commitment to making everyone feel welcome and cared for. We offer SEN (Special Educational Needs) and Additional Needs days, where our tour participants will receive a detailed plan of the day including routes, facilities, wildlife facts, Leader profiles on top of our regular tour information packs. These days are also limited in numbers We have qualified staff who are passionate about wildlife and compassionate with tour participants. We make every effort to liaise with tour participants and their needs before each tour to make everyone as welcome as possible. Look out for SEN after tour titles for specialised tour days, we offer these for ALL TOUR DAYS and open to families and adults.
*Some may be difficult for wheelchair users, please check individual tours first.