Donna Nook on the Lincolnshire coast is home to one of the UK's most important grey seal colonies and is one of the best places to view seals in Britain. Between October and December the grey seals come ashore to breed, and in 2008 more than 1000 pups were born here. The Donna Nook colony is close to an RAF bombing range, but the seals are thriving and live undisturbed by the noise of the planes.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust manages Donna Nook as a nature reserve with the agreement of the Ministry of Defence.
Laurent Geslin documented the grey seals of Donna Nook for Wild Wonders of Europe. For further information or a wider selection of images, contact email@example.com.