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North York Moors National Park

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The North York Moors National Park is a special place. History and nature have combined into an amazingly vibrant landscape, rich in heritage and wildlife – an inspiring place to visit, live, work or study. The National Park Authority looks after this beautiful corner of Yorkshire, helping to protect and conserve it, while encouraging people to enjoy and understand how special it is. To find out more about the area click NYMNP.

YCN Director Richard Baines is the current Volunteer North Yorkshire Turtle Dove Project Co-ordinator. To find out more about this award winning project click here...

YCN Directors Steve Race and Richard Baines both grew up in the National Park and discovered their passion for wildlife in the wild forests and moors. They donate images of wildlife free of charge to the National Park to help promote our wonderful area to the public. YCN Director Richard Baines also writes a monthly Nature Diary on the NYMNP web site. Click here for more details.