Situated on the East Yorkshire Coast Bempton Cliffs is one of the best places in the UK to see seabirds. Species including kittiwakes, guillemots, gannets and fulmars nest on the sheer cliffs, a firm family favourite are the puffins who call the cliffs home between April and July.
Located in the Dearne Valley the wetlands and wild flower meadows of RSPB Old Moor offer a wide range of bird spotting opportunities throughout the year. Bittern and Kingfisher are among the reserves highlights.
Situated in the Lower Aire Valley Fairburn Ings are primarily a wetland and marshy reserve. With a focus on family the reserve provides a great introduction t wildlife for younger people.
Blacktoft Sands is located at the begining of the Humber Estuary. The tidal reedbed is the largest in England and is important for its breeding bearded tits, bitterns and marsh harriers.