Birdwatching tours in Scotland

Tours and Day Trips Tailor made for you.

Crested Tit

Crested Tit

Welcome to Birding Ecosse the friendly tour operator offering fully guided birding day tours tailor made for you. The Scottish Highlands are a haven for birds and birding.  From the tiny Crested Tit, the beautiful summer plumaged Slavonian Grebe to the mighty Golden Eagle we have it all.  Add to that amazing wildlife in stunning scenery and experienced local birding guides then you have the recipe for a perfect bird watching holiday.  From an afternoon or morning, a full day birding in the field or a fully organised bird watching holiday don’t feel like you are part of the crowd.

Slavonian Grebe

Slavonian Grebe

We are proud of our flexible approach to birdwatching trips and specialise in novice birders wanting to improve their field skills or add to their species lists, however we still cater for the serious birder searching for a particular target species or to a full on twitch looking to connect with that rarity.

Birding Ecosse day tours are carried out in small informal groups of people who want to birdwatch in the Scottish Highlands, a limit of seven people per tour means you get the maximum time with your guide and plenty of time to use our superb “Swarovski” Scopes.At Birding Ecosse we will ensure you have ample time to enjoy the birds you see, no working to a schedule, if you want to spend all day watching Crested Tits or looking for rarities then thats what you do!

It’s your bird tour so we do what you want.

Red Grouse

Red Grouse

If you are planning a bird watching trip to Scotland at any time of the year, please contact Birding Ecosse and talk through what your requirements are and take advantage of any special offers that we may have running at the time.  And don’t forget, we specialise in birds but do see an amazing array of wildlife in all of our tours.

Let us collect you from a location of your choice in the Moray/Inverness area in our fully insured private car, provide an experienced local birding guide to transport you on your selected tour then drop you off, once again, at a location in the Moray/Inverness area.

Dolphins

Dolphins leaping in the Moray Firth

Alternatively, if you prefer to use your own transport then arrange a meeting point and time and we will be there, this will reduce the cost of the chosen tour.

So do not delay, if you intend Birdwatching in the Scottish Highlands, please contact Birding Ecosse and let your holiday begin!

 

 

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