British Wildlife 04.4 April 1993

Waterfowl and Recreational Disturbance on Inland Waters

Most of the larger waterbodies in lowland England are flooded mineral workings or reservoirs which have been created this century. Although the total area increases each year, there are still conflicts between bird conservation and recreational use, as demand for the latter also continues to grow. 

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