Lucker Hall, Northumberland
Lucker will provide an excellent base from which to explore the Northumberland coast.

Bird Watching

Almost a quarter of Northumberland is a protected National Park which has ensured an abundant amount of wildlife. This is a poplar region for bird watchers and accommodates many types of species some who live here all year and many migrant birds that pass through during different seasons. In-land spotters can enjoy Black Grouse, Golden Plower and the Curlew at the National Park and in the region known as the Northern Pennines. For lovers of seabirds a visit to The Farne Islands during later spring/early summer is an incredible experience where you will witness a huge colony of Razorbills, Kittiwakes, Puffins and Guillemots. Northumberland's rivers also host a fine selection of species including Gray Wagtails, Kingfishers, Common Sandpiper and Goosanders. These birds are often hard to spot in other parts of the country, but a bit of patience will pay dividends in Northumberland.

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Northumberland Coast Path

Northumberland Coast

The North Sea Trail incorporates the coasts of all countries touched by the North Sea. Northumberland’s section of this trail is called the Northumberland Coast Path. This 64 mile coastal...

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