Taken at Tophill Low Nature Reserve in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Situated on the west bank of the River Hull, the nature reserve is a haven for thousands of birds, butterflies, dragonflies, amphibians and even the occasional grass snake. There are 12 hides at the reserve all with unique vantage points over ponds, marshes and reservoirs. The two reservoirs have been declared as Sites of Special Scientific Interest and are nationally important for birds. There is an information centre on site where one can learn more about the wildlife in the area. There are various lengths of walk including a 3 mile circular walk, off which was this wild flower meadow.
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Flowers and plants
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