Yorkshire Nature Triangle is well known among local naturalists for its rich fauna and flora but is also a hidden secret for a wider audience.
The Yorkshire Nature Triangle spans North and East Yorkshire. The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust has three flagship reserves in this Triangle, including the unique and nationally important National Nature Reserve at Spurn, and the RSPB has two of their most popular flagship wildlife reserves at Bempton Cliffs and Blacktoft Sands.
Over 30 specially managed wildlife sites can be found within this beautiful part of England. There is an amazing and diverse range of fascinating animals and plants and in the species rich sea that surrounds it. Watch gannets plummeting 70 mph, diving into the sea for fish, puffins nesting on our coastal chalk cliffs, otters and water voles establishing new homes on waterways, thousands of overwintering and rare migrant birds on wetland reserves, lush wildflower meadows and the patchwork hills and woodlands of the Wolds, or rockpools and shoreline reefs bursting with sea life, waiting to be explored.