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Freshwater| Llangollen

Llangollen Canal c/o PA Images

The Llangollen is one of Britain's most picturesque canals.

At 46 miles long, it winds its way from the foothills of Snowdonia through Shropshire into Cheshire's low-lying farmland.

Sperrin Mountains

Sperrin Mountains

The Sperrin Mountains are located in the heart of Northern Ireland and boast a treasure trove of wildlife and geology.

Rutland Water (Image: Ospreys c/o PA Images)

Rutland Water

  • Rutland is one corner of England where you're guaranteed a knock-out ornithological experience.

"We live on a series of rather wet islands so we are not short of great freshwater habitats - streams, rivers, lakes, lochs, canals… 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 during the spring months."

 

        
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