Wrap up and enjoy a wild winter this February at Spurn National Nature Reserve
Wednesday 15th February 2017
Spurn lighthouse, Unimog and walkers (Credit YWT)
Spurn National Nature Reserve is a great place to explore all year round and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust has lots planned for you to join in with.
Take a Spurn Safari on the Trust’s multi-terrain vehicle for a guided tour of this unique reserve and Spun Lighthouse. Climb to the very top for a spectacular view of the area and learn about its maritime, defence and natural heritage.
Heritage Officer Andrew Mason said: “If you like hunting for fossils join us on Wednesday 22nd as we head out on a fossil expedition and discover wildlife from millions of years ago. On Thursday 23rd find out how animals camouflage themselves and how you can get closer using wildlife watching field craft techniques before we head off to look for tracks and signs at Spurn. And on the 24th we shall be getting crafty at the Blue Bell café. Make a weird wader, seed bomb, bird ball or lighthouse!”