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ASH BANK THORNE

ENGLAND

SOUTH YORKSHIRE (Thorne), (SW)

National Grid SE 6862 1294 0o0´/0o0´ N/A ha 3m, ancient flood defence bank now a public right of way 
Protected status 
Anytime, autumn and spring especially (February 1992, 27.11.94, 26.2.95, 11.5.95, 9-17.8.95)

 

Birding Site Guide

This path makes a good few miles (3.6km) walk along the canal and up to a community wooded areas. Park by the Canal Tavern in Thorne (see grid ref above) and follow the Stainforth and Keadby Canal w to Stainforth. The birds are generally just commoner species, including Kingfisher. The site has however had Waxwing, Marsh Harrier and Firecrest in the past. 


Author: BSG, Colin Wall

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