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Bird Watching

The tranquil pursuit of bird watching or 'Twitching' can be enjoyed in the Yorkshire Dales, an area that boasts a vast and varied collection of local birds. Often bird watching is incorporated into walking, and these two pursuits are so well connected that some publishers now offer books detailing bird watching walks in the Yorkshire Dales. Birds of prey can be spotted in this area including the Peregrine Falcon and the Kestrel, a bird made famous through the Sheffield based book ‘Kes'. A bird, which regularly evades bird watchers in the Dales, is the Goshawk, best of luck searching!

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Ballowfields Local Nature Reserve

Leyburn, North Dales

Ballowfields Local Nature Reserve lies between Askrigg and Carperby in stunning Wensleydale. The area is mainly grassland and supports an abundance of bird and wildlife. The wild flowers which carpet...

Grimwith Reservoir

Grassington, Pateley Bridge, South Dales

Grimwith Reservoir in the spectacular Yorkshire Dales is home to an amazing number of birds and wildlife. Birdwatchers come to see the migrating flocks of rare species and wild fowl which arrive at...

Ingleborough National Nature Reserve

Ingleton, South Dales

Ingleborough National Nature Reserve is world renowned as the place to see a vast and diverse range of habitats, supporting wildlife in its natural environment. Plants, flowers and a huge number of...

Ingleton Waterfalls Trail

Ingleton, South Dales

Spectacular waterfalls and stunning woodland scenery is what you will see on the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail. Meandering through the gorges and glens, visitors are treated to an astounding display of...

Hebblethwaite Hall Wood

Sedbergh, North Dales

The Woodland Trust is responsible for the management of Hebblethwaite Hall Wood near Sedbergh. This ancient woodland is full of wonderful natural features, including waterfalls, pebble beaches and...

Peregrine Falcons at Malham Cove

Malham, Skipton, South Dales

Peregrine Falcons can be seen in their natural habitat at Malham Cove. These magnificent birds of prey have made their home amongst the rock cliffs of the cove and are protected during the breeding...


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