The Widllife

Though man has adapted the river to his own use it has not impacted the ability of the Lower Bann to be an invaluable source of life to a wide variety of species including cormorants, crows, grey herons, swans, spotted redshanks, mallard ducks, eels, salmon and pike.  These and many more beside can be spotted along the entire length of the river and while there are higher concentrations around designated conservation areas it is not unusual to see a grey heron fly overhead while walking through Coleraine town centre.

Places

Places The Lower Bann river in Northern Ireland is over...

The Wildlife

The Widllife Though man has adapted the river to his...

People

People Over the years man’s use of the river has...

Impact

Impact Showing the images above and expecting them to have...