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Review of River Users

Robin Whittle has submitted a paper entitled Review of River Users to the Deben Estuary Partnership.  The paper will inform development of the Deben Estuary Plan.  The introduction is copied below, you can see a copy of the full paper on the projects pages http://www.riverdeben.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Deben-Estuary-Plan-River-Users-REV4.pdf 

The Deben Estuary is an area of outstanding ecological importance resulting in International European and National designations (Ramsar, SPA, SSSI and part of the Suffolk Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ‐ AONB). The estuary provides habitat for many species of wading bird as well as migrating passerines and Brent Geese ), other forms of wildlife … Continue Reading

River Deben – River User Survey results

River Deben from the air

The RDA undertook a web-based survey over two months from 26 February to 20 April 2012.  What we wanted to know was how people use the River Deben and what they like about the river and the area immediately around it, or what they would like to see changed.

There were 9 multiple choice questions, with opportunities to add free-text comment, and one open question.

We sent notices inviting people to undertake the survey – accessible through open pages on the RDA website – to 853 RDA members and to … Continue Reading

Waldringfield Wildlife Group – What’s about no 30

Click the link below to see the latest Waldringfield Wildlife Group newsletter with information about sitings of birds and animals in the local area.

What’s About No 30

Waldringfield Wildlife Group – Winter 2011/12 edition of What’s About

Click the link to see the latest edition of  What’s About No 29 with news about sightings of birds and other wildlife in the local area.  Please note that this survey is locally produced and doesn’t claim to be comprehensive.

Waldringfield Wildlife Group – Autumn/early Winter edition of What’s About

Click the link to see the latest edition of  What’s About No 28 copy.  Please note that this survey is locally produced and doesn’t claim to be comprehensive.

Waldringfield Wildlife Group newsletter

See below for a link to the latest edition of the Waldringfield Wildlife Group newsletter – it includes information on birds, insects and other wildlife in the local area.  This is a locally produced survey and doesn’t claim to be comprehensive.

What’s About No 27