Winteringham Foreshore

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Winteringham Foreshore is an area of saltmarsh bordering the mudflats of the River Humber. There are extensive reedbeds and stands of sea aster and areas of Scirpus.

The reserve is a site of special scientific interest (SSSI) that is subject to natural processes and part of the sea defences so little management work is carried out. Wildfowlers are allowed (by ABP, the site owners) to shoot below the mean high water mark on the mud in winter.

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The reserve is on the banks of the River Humber near Winteringham village. Find the pub in the centre of the village and proceed down the hill towards the River Humber along Low Burgage Road. Approximately 1 mile from the village is Winteringham Haven. There is a sharp left hand bend over a bridge - park on the roadside verge before this point


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