With its great variety of landscape from the limestone hills that stretch from the village to Lincoln without a break, it’s remarkably diverse geology, and the Humber with its
inlets, Winteringham has always been a nature-lover’s area.
At the time of the Domesday Book, there was a ‘fishery’ here, and it was only the growth of pollution that saw the end of salmon fishing in the Humber (more than a
hundred years ago) from the shore at Winteringham.
The tremendous ‘skeins’ of geese can still be seen flying over the village, while there are also some visitors and escapees to be spotted too, among the many native birds.
Pink-footed Geese in Winteringham
In Marsh Lane
To visit the Nature page on the Parish Council website, please click here.
To visit Don Burton’s World of Nature, please click here
To visit the Winteringham Nature site, please click here