Visit between late October through to early December to see the seals.If your lucky you will see the pups being born.They are very close so you dont need binoculars. A good place to spend a couple of hours
this is nature at its best !!!!!!!!! we have been here before but its been on boxing day when most have gone back to sea so a trip today was awesome to see the young!!! it was very busy so it was good to see the fence keeping the kids from touching the seals there is a burger bar for... 更多
I first visited Donna Nook today and it's brilliant! I didn't realise how large the nature reserve was or how many seals there would be. It's absolutely brilliant to see and learn about them. It's best to go in November/December time when the vast majority come back to give birth. This is so much better than seeing any animal in... 更多
Great time had by all the family seeing the seals! They were right up close to the fence and very photogenic. Roughly about 2000 seals there at this time of year with lots of pups to ooh and ahh over. Little shop, fresh veg and pickles available from the farm stall and hot food and drinks too. £2 to park... 更多
we love going here to see the baby seals born it does get very busy at the weekends. last time we went there was a tea wagon in the car park. Make sure you have your camera.
What an amazing experience to see thousands of seals on the beach including some very new pups with their mums. Very knowledgeable volunteer wardens, plenty of space in the car park and a much appreciated hot food stall! Highly recommended.
Definitely recommend here to see baby seals! We could easily see adorable babies just 1 meter away from us. Not commercialised which let us see natural environment of them. There was a stand in the car park offering hot drinks and snacks like hot-dogs. A cup of hot chocolate was a saver after watching them in the very cold weather!
Went last week in November and over 3000 seals to see. They are scattered over a wide area but quite a few, including the pups, are only a few feet away. A truly moving experience.
There's so much to see at Donna Nook. Seals of course with lots of fluffy pups, often quite close to the fences. And then maritime birds (I can definitely say that gulls really appreciate the placenta left on the sand after the birth!). The reserve is organised for tourists bus still keeps a wildish profile, be ready for a long... 更多