A Shot of Wildlife: A flow of nutrients through the Waveney

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Sun 19 Sep

Multiple days: Online

Broadland Online

Online: join this exclusive video tour along the River Waveney

We have once again teamed up with Liam Smith from ‘A Shot of Wildlife’ to take you on an exclusive to HODs video tour along the River Waveney, investigating the fascinating connections between life below the water’s surface and in the Waveney marshes

Follow Liam’s journey along the River Waveney from Beccles to Geldeston, exploring the ways in which predators become prey as the river flows through the Waveney valley. To fit with this year’s ‘Edible England’ theme, Liam will go over some of the complex food web systems and the intriguing feeding habits of the wildlife that call this section of the River Waveney home.

Starting at Beccles Lido, Liam will board The Big Dog Ferry and virtually guide you along the 3 mile stretch of the Waveney capturing what or who he sees along the way. As he ventures further down the river, he will then depart the boat at Geldeston at The Locks Inn Community Pub before he does the return leg of his journey by foot back to Beccles along the Angles Way Long Distance Trail to further investigate the intertwining food web systems at work in the surrounding Waveney Marshes.

Click here to join the video from 10 - 19 September

Organiser details: Water, Mills and Marshes Broads Landscape Partnership Scheme