Guided Walks

We offer regular wildlife walks each month to visit exciting sites, acquire new ID skills, and simply enjoy a guided wildlife walk with others. There is always something new to encounter & our aim is to help you learn about nature in easy, bite-size chunks to ensure both your knowledge and connection grows. 

Everyone welcome irrespective of background or baseline knowledge
– Each walk is approximately 3 hours taken at a slow and pleasant wildlife-watching pace
– The terrain varies but typically involves a mixture of easy to moderate walking accessible for anyone with suitable footwear and a can-do attitude*
– Start time varies to maximise our encounters with wildlife but include both early starts and more typical times i.e. start at 10am and finish at 1pm
– Group size maximum of 8 to ensure everyone gets good views & access to guide
– All walks £20pp. unless otherwise stated.

*For those who need significant assistance with walking, be it a walking stick or wheelchair, please do speak to me directly in advance to discuss suitability of individual walks.

How do I learn about upcoming walks?

Email us & we will add your name to our mailing for monthly walks: 

Emails sent once every two months advertising upcoming walks.

Devon Walks


Wildlife of Devon 
Home to a mosaic of nature reserves, two national parks and epic coastlines, Devon has an enormous variety of wildlife and habitats to be discovered. Each month gives you the chance to explore a different area of Devon whilst learning key identification skills at the best times of year. Identifying whatever we come across, these walks are perfect for someone who wishes to explore Devon and learn how to identify general wildlife along the way.

Walks: 1 per month

Current date: (Thursdays)


Birds of Devon
Renowned as a premium UK bird watching location, Devon is full of exciting and challenging species to discover. Alongside its long list of resident breeding species, Devon is also one of the first and last stops for birds during spring and autumn migration, offering exciting opportunities to catch up with uncommon migrants and county rarities. Join me as we explore the counties best birding sites in search of those trickier species, as well as trips to see county rarities as and when they turn up. This walk is perfect for anyone wanting to learn more about birds, particularly those which are challenging to see or confidently ID.

Walks: 1 per month

Current date: (Tuesdays)


Best of Dartmoor

A rare great expanse of moorland, rivers and ancient woodland, Dartmoor is one of the last and closest experiences of wilderness you can find in southern England. It’s a landscape which truly moves with the season and whose wildlife is as dynamic, varied and specialised as UK nature comes meaning there is plenty of magic to be discovered. Join me as we explore all that Dartmoor has to offer the wildlife enthusiast; learning about the ecology and its character’s along the way. This walk is perfect for anyone wanting to learn about Dartmoor and observe how its wildlife changes across a calendar year.

Walks: 1 per month

Current date: (Sundays)

Avon Walks


Wildlife of Avon (in partnership with Avon Wildlife Trust)
From the rolling hills and valleys of the Mendips & Cotswolds, to the sweeping expanse of the Severn Estuary and its low-lying wetlands, the Avon region boosts landscapes of inspiring and varied beauty ready to be found. See a different area of Avon each month as we explore a variety of wild places this county holds in search of all things wildlife; from bats to birds, plants to invertebrates! Our aim will be to engage with it all. 

Walks: Monthly (1 per month)

Current dates: (Fridays) 


Private Bookings


Wish to organise your own private guided walk either for yourself or a larger group?

For all inquiries relating to private guided walks, please contact me either by email or phone where we can discuss a location, length and date to suit you.   

How to book:

To receive more information about these walks, email us at: or phone: 07989183437 

Details about meet location, parking options, available utilities (toilets/refreshments) and any other important information will be given to you in advance of each walk. 


– Wear suitable clothing as appropriate to weather & location
– Solid footwear/boots are always advised
– I may bring the odd treat but please bring refreshments & snacks
– Binoculars are not provided so please bring with you if you have some
– Parking charges (if any) are at your own expense
– First aid trained but please inform me of any health issues in advance
– Toilets are not always on site so be prepared
– Children must be accompanied by an adult
– Unfortunately dogs are not welcome to attend 

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