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Askham Bogs
Askham Bogs
Yorkshire Wildlife trust’s first reserve, Askham Bog was gifted by Sir Francis Terry and Arnold Rowntree, the York chocolate makers.Woodland birds including lesser-spotted woodpecker...
Bempton Cliffs
Bempton Cliffs
The largest chalk sea-cliffs in eastern Britain, Bempton RSPB reserve extends over 5KM.It remains one of the most spectacular of the RSPB reserves with stunning views over one of the largest seabird colonies in Britain.
Blacktoft Sands RSPB reserve
Blacktoft Sands RSPB reserve
Blacktoft Sands tidal reedbed is the second largest in Britain and lies on the south side of the Humber estuary where the river's Ouse and Trent meet.....
Bolton-on-Swale Lakes
Bolton-on-Swale Lakes
The 10.9 hectare lake is one of the few expanses of open water in this part of North Yorkshire and is consequently of great importance for wildfowl and wading birds......
Duncombe Park
Duncombe Park
One of the best places in North Yorkshire for the illusive Lesser spotted woodpecker, Duncombe park is a pleasant birdwatching location at all times of the year.
Fairburn Ings
Fairburn Ings
The three main trails take you through a variety of habitats allowing stunning views of birds such as willow tit, tree sparrow and other woodland birds.Wildfowl and birds of prey in winter.....
Filey Dams
Filey Dams
Filey Dams is the last remaining freshwater marsh of any size in the region, currently leased to the Trust from Scarborough Borough Council. Filey Dams is best known for its ornithological importance....
Filey Brigg & North Cliff CP
Filey Brigg & North Cliff CP
Excellent rarity site over the years with regular rare 'pipits' at North Cliff country park, and divers,grebes and phalaropes off the 'brigg'.
Flamborough
Flamborough
One of the genuine rarity 'hotspots' during spring and autumn migration periods.Many of Yorkshire's rarest birds have been discovered here....
Huddersfield area
Huddersfield area
Low wood Keighley
Low wood Keighley
Situated next to the Leeds-Liverpool canal, the reserve has breeding little and tawny owl,woodcock and pied flycatcher, green and great spotted woodpeckers, whilst lesser spotted woodpecker is a frequent visitor....
North Cave Wetlands
North Cave Wetlands
Former sand and gravel workings purchased by YWT in 2000.Work has been undertaken to create a reserve that supports over 170 species of breeding, wintering and passage birds....
Ogden Water
Ogden Water
Ogden Water is a 34.5 acre reservoir surrounded by 174 acres of mature mixed woodlands and open moor. Since the reservoir was built in the 1850's.........
Potteric Carr
Potteric Carr
Fabulous Yorkshire Wildlife Trust reserve which produces regular rarities including the first breeding record of Little Bittern.Star birds are its Black-necked grebes...
Skipwith Common
Skipwith Common
Skipwith Common is one of the only two extensive areas of open heathland remaining in the Vale of York, the other being Strensall Common.A Yorkshire wildlife trust nature reserve and former WWII airfield....
Strid Wood Bolton Abbey
Strid Wood Bolton Abbey
With over 80 miles of moorland, woodland and riverside footpaths to explore, Strid woods, Bolton Abbey is a wonderful birdwatching location in spring.
Spurn Head
Spurn Head
Needs no introduction to most birders.Some of Yorkshire's rarest birds have been recorded in the Spurn, Easington and Kilnsea area....
St Aidan's Swillington ings
St Aidan's Swillington ings
Situated on the banks of the River Aire, St Aidan's, Leeds The RSPB's new 400-hectare site promises to be yet another superb wildlife area.....
Timble Ings and Washburn Valley
Timble Ings and Washburn Valley
North of Otley between Wharfedale and Nidderdale, the Washburn Valley encompasses several habitats including pasture land, coniferous and deciduous woodland, reservoirs, rivers and streams, marshland and moorlands.
Tophill Low
Tophill Low
Yorkshire water managed site which is a magnet for wildfowl and waders.On the A614 Beverley to Driffield Road, leave at Watton.....
Thorne and Hatfield Moors
Thorne and Hatfield Moors
Thorne moors cover an area of 2000ha and are a NNR designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Excellent and varied site and worth a visit at any time of the year....

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