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Stories from the River - Wildlife

The Cleddau Rivers are a haven for wildlife, especially during the winter months.

Wildfowl and waders migrate here for the milder climate, and you might be lucky enough to see huge black clouds of starling murmurations at dusk. If you’re very very lucky, you may even catch sight of an otter! Or you can simply lose yourself in the sounds of the river.

​Swans at Garron Pill.

🔊 Sounds of the River

🔊 Crabbing

🔊 Landshipping Wildlife

🔊 Otters

🔊 Wildfowl and Waders