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We stayed in the area and had a walk around this fairly large nature reserve. We sat and watched a pair of swans and their signets for a while which was lovely. Lots of birds flying around between the ponds and there are some hides...More
Far Ings is a truly wonderful educational centre. The setting is glorious with stunning birdlife. Only today, I saw 3 curlews and swans.
The centre do lots of outreach work and seem to offer plenty for children and adults alike. It is a peaceful and...More
After speaking too a local birdwatcher several years ago who recommended Far Ings for spotting Bearded Tits, we followed his advice and booked a local B&B to ensure an early start on the reserve .
Within 20mins we were rewarded with a view of of...More
Far Ings is situated on the south bank of the Humber Estuary. Its great for migrating birds and you can readily see geese and bittern.
The pits and reedbeds at Far Ings are a legacy of the tile and cement industry which flourished between 1850...More
There are various walks around here - some are in mixed woodland beside lakes with water fowl and also there is the Viking Way path along the Humber which is a good level (usually dry) walk. The woodland paths can be a bit muddy in...More
Today was my first visit to Far Ings. I was at a loose end and being a keen photographer I had given up with the couple of places I frequent in Lincoln. I travelled up from Lincoln which took about 40 minutes (with traffic) and...More
With access to the riverside walkways as well as a comprehensive layout of pathways, ponds, reedbeds and woods, this is a great place for a stroll or just a bit of a laze.
There are also good facilities in the Waters Edge Visitor Centre.