Wildlife And Environment's Seaton Wetlands Posts

The Seaton Wetlands do not attract the numbers of geese that might be found on larger areas of marsh and saltmarsh. There are undoubtedly quite a few species…

The Seaton Wetlands are a permanent home to a variety of wildfowl and a wintering ground for many others. The relatively mild, southern, coastal climate means…

Little egrets and Grey herons are species of the heron family. Herons are tall, long-legged, long-billed wading birds, found in wetlands all over the world.…

Grebes are aquatic diving birds of freshwater and, at Seaton anyway, brackish water habitats. Rails are a large family of small- to medium-sized, ground-living…

Oystercatchers and Plovers are grouped here for convenience rather that any close relationship, other than both being waders of course. Oystercatchers are…

Sandpipers are wading birds, mainly of seashores, estuaries and other wetlands. They include Curlew and Snipe. They feed largely on invertebrates in mud or soil…

The Seaton Wetlands in East Devon are a complex of open water, shallow wetland scrapes, exposed mudflats, reedbeds, freshwater grazing marshes, saltmarshes and…
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