Target 2010 – Yorkshire and the Humber. The condition of the region’s SSSIs (ST121)

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The region of Yorkshire and the Humber covers most of the traditional county of Yorkshire, along with the part of northern Lincolnshire that was previously in Humberside. It is a region of sharp contrasts, and home to a rich and diverse wildlife
from the internationally important limestone pavements of Ingleborough to the sea cliffs at Bempton and Flamborough, which support the largest seabird colony in England. The natural beauty of the region, typified by its National Parks, brings in visitors from all around the country.
This document is published for historic and research purposes.

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