Wilder Humber Community Day at Spurn Point
To celebrate the launch of restoration project Wilder Humber, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, Orsted and Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust are hosting a free community event at the Discovery Centre, at Spurn National Nature Reserve.
Join the restoration teams to learn how oysters help to clean our seas, investigate how seagrass seed bags are created before they’re planted in the estuary, and book a free place on the famous Spurn Safari.
Tickets are also available for evening talks from restoration officers who will delve deeper into their Wilder Humber work with a Q&A.
There is a £5 parking charge, which helps us to maintain the centre and look after the reserve. There is free parking for Wildlife Trust members who display their up-to-date membership card on their car dashboard.
Image credited to Finn Varley
Spurn Point is one of the most iconic local nature reserves, where visible migration can often be seen in action as birds head south. Featuring an on-site cafe and visitor centre, you can head to Spurn Point for birdwatching, stunning views, peace and tranquility.