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Friday, 06 October 2017 09:32

Revive the Wye

Welcome to the Revive the Wye Website. The River Wye is special for many reasons that are briefly described on this website. It is one of only a few rare chalk stream habitats in the South Buckinghamshire Chilterns. For many centuries the Wye has also been the main natural artery through Wycombe District and High Wycombe town,
Published in Thames

Named for the river systems that flow into it, the Mission-Aransas reserve protects 185,708 acres of coastal prairie, oak motte, riparian freshwater, salt marsh habitat, tidal flats, seagrass beds, mangroves, and oyster reefs. The north side of the reserve is the winter home to the critically endangered whooping crane.
Published in Central Texas Coastal
Sunday, 26 March 2017 08:36

Devils River State Natural Area, Texas

Published in Devils
Saturday, 25 March 2017 13:53

Brunel River Monitoring Scheme

A small team of university students developing a monitoring tool for rivers & lakes. . The aim of the project is to monitor the quality of the Colne with a hope that this will help restoration efforts and change attitudes, raising the quality of water to a higher standard and in accordance with the WFD, preventing loss of species and other long term damages.
Published in Thames

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