North England EcoTourism (NEET)


Photo: Roseate Terns on Farne Islands, Northumbria (@MancunianBirder)

EcoTourism is a win-win situation for the economy and the environment, and the North Of England stands to benefit in a huge manner if the business community and scientific community can work together to achieve a clean and green North

The economic and social benefits of EcoTourism should be factored into Eco-system Services evaluations of the North and economic forecasts for the Northern economy

The North has a unique environment and tourists from all over the world visit to see sights such as the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, North York Moors, Northumbria and the Cumbrian coast

Urban wildlife is becoming more and more popular in cities such as Manchester, Salford, Liverpool, Leeds, Sheffield and Newcastle

The Norths’ big wildlife includes Golden Eagle, Mountain Hare, Otter, Bittern, Black Grouse, Natterjack Toad, Sand Lizard, Bee Orchid, Osprey, Salmon, Dolphins, Porpoises, Black-necked Grebe, Ring Ouzel, Goshawk, Goldeneye,  Seals, Honey Buzzard, sea-bird colonies, Whooper Swan, Badger, Roe Deer, Hedgehog, Water Vole, Field Mouse, Skydancers, Pink-footed Geese, Twite, Peregrine and the famous endemic Red Grouse




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