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River Duddon - Source to Sea

Follow the beautiful River Duddon from it's source high on the Lake District Fells down to where it meets the sea at Haverigg.  On the way we'll stop at points where the river changes from a small stream to a river and eventually an estuary and examine the flora and fauna along the way.

 

 

 

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