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RSPB St Aidan's nature park

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RSPB St Aidan's nature park

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nadia089 wrote a review Oct 25
Huddersfield, United Kingdom542 contributions127 helpful votes
What a great place to visit,plenty space to move around and several trails to take,the water has plenty of birds to watch,I don’t know if there are any but a hide would be good to get a better look at the birds we didn’t come across one.I would recommend sturdy water proof shoes it gets quite muddy and quite boggy,we had a pushchair with us and parts of the trail we were on was hard going but doable.There is a car park and parking was £4.00 but a lot of people park on the road near to the entrance.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Beeeeee B wrote a review Oct 14
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom65 contributions5 helpful votes
Visited here with my fella on our way home after staying nearby First time visit. The RSPB worker in the car park was helpful and informative Loads of various birds to spot and such a peaceful walk. Keep an eye out for some of the cyclists as they expect you to get out of there way as they don’t like to get their wheels wet.... Otherwise I fully reccommend a visit here and the old mining gear is a great site to see also.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Sheila W wrote a review Sep 2020
Oswaldtwistle, United Kingdom15 contributions5 helpful votes
Went here last week whilst staying in the area and thoroughly enjoyed it lots of different walks and plenty of different birds to see
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from RSPBFairburnIngs, Visitor Operations Manager at RSPB St Aidan's nature park
Responded 3 weeks ago
Hi Sheila, We are so pleased that you enjoyed your time at Rspb St Aidan's. If you visit this area again we also have Rspb Fairburn Ings situated just 3.5 miles further down the river Aire. This site offers a further 685 acres of nature reserve to explore.
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Madalyn H wrote a review Jun 2020
Huddersfield, United Kingdom1,467 contributions287 helpful votes
A good bird reserve with plenty of footpaths for walking and good sightings. Quiet and peaceful - with plenty of well positioned benches for resting.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Response from RSPBFairburnIngs, Public Relations Manager at RSPB St Aidan's nature park
Responded Jul 9, 2020
Hi MadalynH7, Thank you for your review. We're really glad to hear you've enjoyed the peace and tranquillity of St Aidan's. If you've not visited it already, we also manage another site nearby called RSPB Fairburn Ings. It's less than 4 miles from St Aidan's and well worth a visit. Best wishes.
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Em B wrote a review May 2020
20 contributions13 helpful votes
Lovely spot, don’t know why I’ve never been before ! At the first lake there were a lot of people sitting with picnics, sunbathing and paddling which was lovely. The signs clearly say they don’t advise swimming, and it’s up to you if you want to. There was no litter or anything like that. I can understand if you came expecting a nature reserve you’d maybe think this was a bit silly, but once you get past this lake then it’s much quieter, no swimming, and lots of lovely nature. An easy walk, very flat but lots of different routes to take if you wanted a long walk. Fantastic place where there’s a bit of everything for everyone.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from RSPBFairburnIngs, Public Relations Manager at RSPB St Aidan's nature park
Responded Jun 12, 2020
Hi embeadle19, We're very glad you've found us, we are a bit of a hidden gem! It's great that you've explored the site and we hope you continue to do so. If you've not visited it already, we also manage another site just 4 miles away called Fairburn Ings, which has some lovely wildlife and some great walks. Best wishes.
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