List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Humberside


List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Humberside

This is a list of the Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) in Humberside. Note that English Nature, the designating body for SSSIs in England, uses the 1974-1996 county system, and the same approach is followed here, rather than, for example, splitting these sites between the Lincolnshire list and an East Riding of Yorkshire list.

For other counties, see List of SSSIs by Area of Search.

* Allerthorpe Common
* Barn Hill Meadows
* Beckhead Plantation
* Belshaw
* Bishop Wilton Deep Dale
* Bishop Wilton Poor Land
* Boynton Willow Garth
* Brantingham Dale
* Broughton Alder Wood
* Broughton Far Wood
* Bryan Mills Field
* Burton Bushes
* Castlethorpe Tufas
* Cinquefoil Brow And Wood Dale
* Cleatham Quarry
* Cliff Farm Pit
* Conesby (Yorkshire East) Quarry
* Cottam Well Dale
* Crowle Borrow Pits
* Derwent Ings
* Dimlington Cliff
* Drewton Lane Pits
* Eastoft Meadow
* Enthorpe Railway Cutting
* Epworth Turbary
* Everthorpe Quarry
* Flamborough Head
* Flamborough Railway Cutting
* Fordon Chalk Grasslands
* Hatfield Chase Ditches
* Haxey Grange Fen
* Haxey Turbary
* Hewson's Field
* Hoddy Cows Spring
* Hornsea Mere
* Horse Dale And Holm Dale
* Hotham Meadow
* Humber Estuary
* Keasey Dale
* Kelsey Hill Gravel Pits
* Kiplingcotes Chalk Pit
* Kirmington Pits
* Lambwath Meadows
* Leven Canal
* Manton And Twigmoor
* Manton Stone Quarry
* Melbourne And Thornton Ings
* Melton Bottom Chalk Pit
* Messingham Heath
* Messingham Sand Quarry
* Millington Wood And Pastures
* Newbald Becksies
* Newton Mask
* North Killingholme Haven Pits
* Pocklington Canal
* Pulfin Bog
* Rifle Butts Quarry
* Risby Warren
* River Derwent
* River Hull Headwaters
* Roos Bog
* Rush Furlong
* Skipsea Bail Mere
* South Cliffe Common
* South Ferriby Chalk Pit
* The Lagoons
* Tophill Low
* White Carr Meadow
* Withow Gap, Skipsea
* Wrawby Moor
* Wyedale


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