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Location | Hull, UK
East Park first opened to the public on 21 June 1887 the day the country celebrated Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. It is the largest public park in Hull approximately 120 acres!
The Park is a historic parkland that boasts a large lake which is a habitable breeding ground for a diverse range of wildlife.
The park has a wide variety of trees, some ancient and others more recent, which provide a valuable habitat for all kinds of wildlife. They support many species of insects, moths, bats and squirrels, as well as many different birds, including blue tits, tree creepers and woodpeckers. This habitat supports some of the the most beautiful species of birds from blue tits to green woodpeckers.
East Park is a historic parkland that boasts Lakes, ditches and wonderful wildlife habitats which attract birds such as Swans and Crested Grebes as well as providing food and shelter for nesting waterbirds and a healthy habitat for frogs, fish and dragonflies to thrive. The colourful flowers provide nectar for insects and the reeds and bulrushes provide shelter for nesting birds.
Meet The Wildlife!
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