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Lower Derwent Valley
The Lower Derwent Valley National Nature Reserve is made up of a series of flood meadows, pastures and woodlands. The reserve supports a rich diversity of plant species and outstanding populations of breeding and wintering birds. In light of this, the reserve has been declared a Special Protection Area and a Ramsar site.
Main habitats: lowland grassland
Management: parts of the Lower Derwent reserve are managed by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and the Carstairs Countryside Trust.
Features of interest
For more information about Lower Derwent Valley, including directions and facilities, see the information leaflet. You can also read about how bird activity in the area is being monitored by Natural England’s NNR team, volunteers and local bird ringers.
National England switchboard: 0300 060 3900
Lower Derwent Valley and Skipwith Common National Nature Reserves Office
For further information, or to arrange a group or school visit, contact:
Telephone: 07917 088 021
The Spurn National Nature Reserve is a sand peninsula stretching 5.5 kilometres into the mouth of the Humber Estuary. Rich in wildlife - particularly birds - it’s a mix of beach and dunes, grassland, salt marsh and scrub and aquatic environments
Main habitats: woodland, lower grassland
Management: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Features of interest
For details on the Spurn NNR, its wildlife and special features, and directions and other information for visitors see the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s page on the reserve.
Telephone: 01964 650 533