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East Yorkshire in mid August (1 Viewer)

Steve Lister

Senior Birder, ex County Recorder, Garden Moths.
United Kingdom
You won't see Red Grouse in East Yorkshire then or any other time - head north to the North Yorkshire Moors, but mid-August is a dodgy time up there of course.

No problem with Shag along the cliffs at Flamborough/Bempton/Filey, though the latter might be North Yorkshire.



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Hello, can anyone recommend any specific sites to see Red Grouse and Shag in East Yorkshire. Thanks

head a little bit further north to the moorland above Pickering, there should be plenty of red grouse up there but heather beetle might have hindered breeding success this year.

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