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South Yorkshire England

            Pronounced locally Thrybur  Old English Triberg

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A Presentation from Mick Carver



Mick shot the images below in 2006 which give a really nice perspective of what has become a very popular attraction in the area.  According to the website there are "170 species of wildflower and plants, 200 species of birds and 20 species of mammals in the area Thrybergh is a nature loverís paradise."

The park has fishing and also encourages informative school excursions where children can catch tadpoles, and to think in my day when it was owned by Doncaster Water we used to get thrown off the area for doing just that.





Thrybergh Country Park,
Doncaster Road,
South Yorkshire

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Many thanks Mick

Photos © Mick Carver 2006





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