British Wildlife 25.3 February 2014

Chalk streams and grazing Mute Swans

The chalk streams of southern and easten England, with their crystal-clear, gently flowing waters, are one of our most iconic ecosystems and famous for game-fishing. They are also among our most important wildlife habitats, with many designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) and Special Areas of Conservation (SACs), owing to their abundant and diverse flora and fauna. 

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