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Waterways | Strangford Loch

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Folklore has it that there are 365 islands in Strangford Lough, one for every day of the year. The great thing is that you don't have to count them from the shore - there are boat trips that'll take you out to see them.

Three hundred and fifty million litres of water flow in and out of Strangford Lough twice daily so it's perhaps no surprise that it's one of the richest marine environments in Europe.

Barn Owl

Yorkshire canals

The Pocklington Canal is one of the most important waterways for wildlife in the whole of the UK.

River Wye

River Wye

The River Wye is renowned for its stunning scenery and wildlife. The river valley is home to a wealth of wildlife.

"Water plays an incredibly important role in the shaping of our landscape.

"Waterways are a great place to see wildlife from a very different perspective. They're amongst the best places to see some of our most exciting wildlife."

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