Yorkshire Nature Triangle
Led by Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, the Yorkshire Nature Triangle brings together the very best in wildlife encounters and a warm Yorkshire welcome, from Scarborough to Hull and across the Humber and the Wolds.
The Yorkshire Nature Triangle in eastern Yorkshire is one of the UK's best-kept wildlife secrets. Offering many of the iconic species and landscapes available elsewhere in the UK, East Yorkshire also provides many opportunities that cannot be experienced anywhere else.
- The UK's largest mainland colony of gannets
- The most easily viewable mainland colony of puffins in the country (not need to take a boat, but you can still do that too!)
- The most northerly chalk downland streams in the country
- Some of the most northerly breeding avocets in the country
- Iconic birds of prey including red kites, marsh harriers and hen harriers
- Two of Britain's top bird migration hotspots - Flamborough and Spurn
- Internationally important wetlands home to thousands of ducks and wading birds
- Some of the most popular 'must see' species for wildlife watchers including otters, bittern, bearded tits and sea-going mammals like seals, porpoises and occasional whales and dolphins
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