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Formed by nature – shaped by people

Sue Walker, Communications Officer for the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative (IFLI), reveals a little of the workings behind a partnership that delivers to a variety of projects from wetland creation to archaeological digs, and from recording wildlife sightings to documenting stories of mining. 835 more words


Science you can really sink your boots into

Three second year classes visited the mudflats this week – early morning excursions on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

And now for a few creatures from the mudflats: 19 more words

Marine Organisms

A wonderful Wednesday on the water

A hungry heron met me on the dock at 6:30 am today. As I was preparing for a trip to the mudflats, the heron captured and ate a herring then flew away. 157 more words

Fun Activities


low tide on Whangarei Harbour
mudflats and boat-sheds
waiting for the turn


AK - Police identify body found on mudflats as missing woman | Alaska Dispatch News

Police have identified a body found on the mudflats near Kincaid Park Sunday evening as 22-year-old Nancy “Bee” Sourivong, who had been missing since Thursday. 54 more words



Ringcreevy is on the edge of Strangford Lough, between Comber and Newtownards.  My photos start in the lough itself, with the birds.  Twenty thousand Pale-Bellied Brent Geese arrive here every winter, flying in from Canada via Greenland and Iceland.  375 more words


Sandpiper feast in the upper Bay of Fundy

Millions of shorebirds including sandpipers are converging on the upper Bay of Fundy this week – as they do every August – to feast on shrimp and other nutrients on the mudflats during low tide. 84 more words