Straddling the English border with Scotland, Solway Firth is a dramatic and isolated location. With over 220 square kilometres of sites of specific scientific interest in the area, the estuary is unique and important habitat for so many species of wildlife, including rare native birds like the oystercatcher, whooper swans and pink footed geese. It’s also a popular spot for photographers, as the ever-changing mud flats of the estuary are stunning to capture when the light catches as the sun sets.
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