North Cave Wetlands nature reserve is a former sand and gravel quarry in East Yorkshire which attracts a range of wetland wildlife. Related posts: Puffin Spotting At Bempton Cliffs 10,000 Steps And A Barn Owl: An Evening Walk Around Howden
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There are certain benefits of living in the countryside, the wildlife the most obvious of them. This spring, I’ve had the opportunity to spend a lot of time outdoors and an evening walk is an excellent way to clear the head. … Continue reading
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So March has been and gone and Spring truly has sprung. This month has been defined largely by spending time in the great outdoors and appreciating the amazing and varied landscape of Yorkshire. I’ve also eaten a lot of cheese. Related … Continue reading