STREAMS

South Walney

LIVE STREAM - South Walney Nature Reserve

The streambox is located on a shingle beach at the Southernmost tip of S Walney Island, facing the Atlantic ocean across the bay from Barrow-in_Furness. The beach supports a distinctive flora including the rare Walney Geranium (G. sanguineum var. striatum). In Autumn, seals come to the beach to give birth. From mid April it is home to a large colony of gulls. Sandwich terns, eiders and other waterfowl and waders can be heard from the water and the beach. The box sits on a small concrete plinth above the tideline.

A PROJECT BY

South Walney Nature Reserve, Full of Noises, Cumbria Wildlife Trust, Locus Sonus, SoundCamp

LINKS

locus.creacast.com:9001/south_walney.mp3
cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk/nature-reserves/south-walney
soundtent.org/south_walney/live_stream.html

SUPPORTED BY

Arts Council England