Water’s Edge Country Park, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

Tuesday 19th September, 2017

This 110 acre site on the south bank of the Humber has two SSSI areas and is recognised as a Wetland of International Importance. It is an excellent location to see a wide range of wildlife in a variety of habitats. Birds should feature prominently on this visit with waders and perhaps a Marsh Harrier or a Bittern. Water voles are among the mammals present. The paths are many and flat but can be muddy.

Not surprisingly the area is exposed but the Visitor Centre facilities come highly recommended after our last very wet visit.

Leaders: Alice Gingell and Sally Tetlow
Minibus transport; depart Unitarian Church 9.30am. Cost: £12