Donna Nook National Nature Reserve

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Donna Nook National Nature Reserve photograph

Donna Nook National Nature Reserve photograph

Donna Nook National Nature Reserve

Donna Nook National Nature Reserve

Donna Nook is a point on the low-lying coast of Lincolnshire, England, north of the village of North Somercotes.A 6 miles (10 km) coastal strip stretching from Saltfleet in the south, to Somercotes Haven in the north, is managed by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust as a nature reserve.It is part of the land owned by the Ministry of Defence and used as a bombing range. The grey seal population return to breed from October to December every year. In 2007, the seal colony had its best breeding season on record, with about 1,194 pups born to the 3,500 resident grey seal colony. A double wooden fence was erected in 2007 to stop people touching the newborn pups.
There is a small car park at Stonebridge (maintained by the local authority). A private operator provides an overflow parking area.There are no public toilets in the car park. The nearest public toilets are in North Somercotes village.

Breeding little tern, ringed plover and oystercatcher. Winter regular snow bunting pictured, shorelark, geese, merlin & peregrine.



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