THE WEBSITE OF OWL SPECIALIST & WILDLIFE EDUCATOR IAN McGUIRE
An exciting new activity for 2017, Wild Owl Bicycle Safaris are a brilliant and unique way of combining cycling for health with wildlife education - subjects include wildlife gardening, hedgehogs, raptors & owls.
Cycling allows people of all ages to access fantastic countryside using designated cycleways to places where cars cannot reach. The Bristol-Bath Cycleway is just one example of a safe, accessible track that passes through a mix of habitats - perfect for wildlife education and the perfect opportunity to get valuable exercise to help combat obesity and related conditions like Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.
I am a keen cyclist with over 40 years experience and am very excited to offer this service to Local Authorities, Community Groups & Community Health Organisations.
Wild Owl Bicycle Safaris are a brand new service for Local Authorities and Community Groups where families can learn about owls, raptors & other wildlife whilst getting fit on their bikes.
Bicycle Safaris 2017
Cycling wildlife tours
Suitable for all ages & abilities
Available as a daylight or darkness event
Fascinating Wild Owl video presentations shown to the group on the I-Pad
For Local Authorities, Community Groups and Community Health Organisations
Available in South Gloucestershire, North & East Bristol, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, North Somerset
Organisers must provide a traffic-free route with landowners permission
Live owl not brought to this event
Not suitable for children under 5
Bicycles not provided - helmets must be worn by all cyclists
Please note - my Public Liability Insurance does not cover this particular event so organisers must hold that cover.
Not available outside the areas shown
NB. contact me for availability first!
Click here for the 2017 Wild Owl Events Diary which lists all public bicycle safaris, talks and other assorted community events
Bicycle Safaris for Local Authorities & Community Groups
please contact me for 2018/2019 prices