Journey Down the River

Journey Down the River
7 March 2024 Andy Johnson
In Conservation



Rivers often wind through picturesque landscapes, showcasing the beauty of nature. The sight of flowing water, lush vegetation along the banks, and the wildlife that depends on the river can be awe-inspiring. The sound of flowing water can have a calming effect on many people, providing a sense of peace and tranquillity.

Sitting by a riverbank can be a soothing experience, offering a temporary escape from the stresses of daily life, they support a diverse ecosystem, providing habitats for a wide variety of plant and animal species. Birdwatching and wildlife spotting along riverbanks can be an exciting pastime for nature enthusiasts.

At the Berkeley Estate Fishing Syndicate, we believe that a healthy river ecosystem contributes to biodiversity conservation and provide a range of valuable ecosystem services, such as water purification, flood control, and erosion prevention. Protecting rivers is essential for maintaining the health of the environment and ensuring the well-being of future generations. Whether you are fishing, birdwatching, or walking the dog these videos allow you to see the Little River Avon from a different perspective, as we take a journey down the river.

Many thanks to Louise Bidwell, and Adrian Sherratt, for supplying the above Drone videos of the river.

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