Every November a colony of grey seals arrive on the Lincolnshire coast to give birth to their pups. This is especially exciting as far as nature in this country goes, but even more amazing when you consider that around a third of the world’s grey seal population is on this beach at that time! It’s well worth a visit, and the seals (around 1400 of them this year) can be seen easily from behind a small fence. The seal wardens are full of interesting facts which our folks learned (average life expectancy around 36 years for a female seal and pups are left to their own devices after 18 days are just two things we found out). We had a super time, and would certainly recommend a visit next year!