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National Park Safari 2020

  • North Yorkshire

The North York Moors National Park, encompassing the Great Yorkshire Forest and the beautiful North York Moors, is one of the largest and best woodland and moorland areas for wildlife in England.

This tour focuses on exploring some of the richest areas, specialising in iconic and exciting wildlife. Our expert, professional and friendly guides will work hard to ensure memorable experiences. 

Spring is a good time to find Adders, Goshawks, Crossbills, Ancient Woodland Flowers, Butterflies and arriving Migrant Birds.

Honey Buzzards, Orchids and Fritillary butterflies can be found in summer.

Autumn is still a great time for Reptiles with Adders and Slow Worms top of the list along with speciality Dragonflies such as Golden Ringed and Black Darter

Winter is a great time for tracking mammals such as Otter and Roe Deer and other wildlife and seeking out woodland birds such as Brambling, Little Owl, Goshawk, Crossbill, Redpoll, BramblingNuthatch, Marsh Tit and and Willow Tit.

Each tour includes transport and guiding in a small group environment. Clients will be picked up at Eastgate Car Park in Pickering. We can also arrange be-spoke dates and pick up from your accomodation for individuals or small groups.

Places: up to 6

Minimum age: 5 (children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult)

National Park Safari 2020

Richard Baines Richard is an experienced ornithologist/ecologist who has been studying and working as a Wildlife Guide and in Nature Conservation for over 30 years. From recording UK migrant birds as a volunteer for Flamborough Bird Observatory to monitoring Siberian migrants in China; he has become highly… Read More »

Date & Time Duration Location Type Price Availability
Sat 28th Mar - 8.30am 8 hours North York Moors National Park Group £60 6 Places remaining

Event Reviews

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A fantastic day. I can still see the images of the crossbills in the beautiful evening sunshine, also the adders were a first for me. I'll...Read Full Review »