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Far Ings National Nature Reserve is made up of a series of former clay pits that have been flooded to create reed beds. Located on the south bank of the Humber estuary, it is a major east-west flyway for migrating birds. Far Ings is an excellent environment for observing birds in their natural habitat year round.
Main habitats: reedbeds, open water, meadow and scrub
Management: Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust
Features of interest
For details on the reserve - including history of the area, wildlife populations, visitor access and directions - see Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust’s Far Ings website.
Ness End Farm
Regional Management Base
Far Ings Road
Telephone: 01652 634 537