Naturebites is taking a break for 2018

Recent customers and those that follow our social media will know that we’ve been alluding to winding down our services at Christmas this year.

Here’s a few words from Ken to explain why:

“I have decided to take time-out and spend a whole year on a ‘birding’ tour of Britain. I am hoping to visit many places that in the past, due to time and other commitments I have by-passed in years gone by. I have set myself no target number but will endeavour to see as many species as I can in the calendar year, ‘A Big Year’. I am looking forward to meeting and birding with┬ámany old friends and making many new ones on my travels. It’s going to be quite an adventure”.

As soon as Ken told me about his idea I was fully behind it and we unanimously decided that Naturebites could be put on hold for his big adventure. We have no plans to wind down Naturebites altogether, but we’re realistic that in a years’ time we might have a different opinion.

Along with some of our customers, I am encouraging Ken to share his adventures through a blog on the Naturebites website. If you would be interested to follow his activities then please pop your email address into the box at the bottom of our homepage.

We’re still offering bespoke tours up until just before Christmas, so please get in touch if you’d like to join us.

Thanks to everyone for their support along the way. We’ve loved every moment of our time as Naturebites so far.

Kathy xxx

About nature.bites.admin

Kathy is a wildlife enthusiast who loves nothing more than to inspire people about nature. She is the Trust Development Officer for the West Wales Rivers Trust, a researcher at Aden Productions and offers guided wildlife tours on Anglesey with the amazing Ken Croft. Outside of work, Kathy arranges Anglesey Marine Week in order to promote engagement in conservation. Please see the 'Wildlife Tours' page of the website for more details of how to join a tour.

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