King of the waterways
PUBLISHED: 16:37 08 December 2007 | UPDATED: 08:18 28 March 2014
DECEMBER 2007: Despite the wet weather this summer, 4,000 sightings were recorded by
members of the public during British Waterways’ fourth National
Waterway Wildlife Survey, including more than 300 records of Britain’s
most brilliant bird, the kingfisher.
British Waterways’ ecologists were particularly keen to track sightings of the kingfisher as it is generally accepted as a key indicator of good water quality and a healthy ecosystem.
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