This diverse landscape is constructed of reed-beds, meadow, scrub, freshwater and saltwater environments, providing rich microscopic life and habitats for invertebrates. These conditions support perch, roach, herons and kingfishers and many more, making Far Ings the perfect location for birdwathcing.
Diverse landscape providing major east-west flyaway for migrating birds
Located on the south bank of the Humber Estuary, the pits and reed-beds along the Humber bank are the result of the tile and cement industry between 1850-1959.
As a result of the Wildlife Trust’s management, today the reserve is rich in abundant wildlife and hosts one of the UK’s bittern strongholds after twenty-one years of their absence. Discover the popular double decker bird hide at Ness End Farm for excellent views and enjoy three relaxing way-marked circular walking routes.