North Wales has so much to offer the visiting birdwatcher. Inland, the peaceful oak woodlands burst into life each spring as migrant songbirds return and on the upper slopes it is still possible to see superb species such as Black Grouse, Merlin and Hen Harrier.
Thousands of waders and wildlife congregate along the Dee Estuary and for seabird fans, what could beat a visit to Anglesey?
This book features around 60 sites from South Stack on Anglesey to Gresford Flash near Wrexham, together with detailed maps and access information, disabled access, public transport information and even a guide on how to pronounce the Welsh names correctly!
A comprehensive, light-weight and accurate guide. A must for all those intending birding in North Wales - Dan Brown, Birding World, Volume 21, Number 1, January 2008