The location is just a few miles north of North Somercotes. Most visitors arrive by car, since it is not well served by public transport and the roads are relatively narrow.
Donna Nook is managed by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust. They have seal wardens who patrol the area, and they have installed signposts and information points. Most importantly, however, there is a fence to separate the seals from human contact. This is vital, because they are wild animals and can bite.
There are some things to keep in mind if you want to watch the seals.
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