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Deeping High Bank Lincolnshire

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On a sunny winter's day.
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On a sunny winter's day.

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The road along the raised western bank of the River Welland between Deeping St. James and Spalding offers excellent views of the river and surrounding arable farmland. Between autumn and spring the area can offer productive birding, although tends to be quieter during the summer months.

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From Deeping St. James, take the B1166 towards Crowland until the road rises up on to the bank. Birds can be present anywhere along the river, although the best areas for wildfowl tend to be north of Crowland water tower (TF227106). The road runs north along the raised bank of the river until c.TF256154, when it drops down behind the bank and views are no longer possible from the car. However, the river can be explored on foot from here.

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