Far Ings Nature Reserve
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About Far Ings Nature ReserveCategories Leisure and Recreation, Days out, Outdoor activities, Places to go, Exploring nature
Service Notes Far Ings is situated on the South Bank of the Humber Estuary,a major east-west flyway for migrating birds. The sight and sound of a skein of geese flying over is spectacular. The pits and reedbeds at Far Ings and along the Humber bank are a legacy of the tile and cement industry which flourished between 1850 and 1959. Thanks to the pioneering management by Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, the reserve is now rich in wildlife and one of the UK strongholds for bittern. Take time to relax and enjoy the striking panoramic view form the visitor centre. We also offer an Education Service from the visitor centre and there is a whole range of activities for all ages and abilities.
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