Have you been lucky enough to spot a flash of blue as a Kingfisher flies by?
Or perhaps you’ve had the privilege of observing a Dipper hanging about on a rock in a stream, awaiting an opportunity to ambush an unsuspecting insect or shrimp. These and others, such as Common Sandpiper, Grey Wagtail and Sand Martin are dependent on our rivers and streams.
The full list of species that are associated with rivers during the breeding season is presented below.
Click on the respective links for further details about each of these species.
The key riverine species include:
Other species that depend on our rivers include:
Great Crested Grebe