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A flood relief channel built at the cost of 83.5 million to shift the seasonal flooding from one side of the Thames to the other.  It removed the old settling beds at Slough Sewage farm and has left 250000 trees and  gravely islands knee-deep in vegetation!  Considered by some as an opportunity missed. Still, it has produced some good passage birds and is a pleasant hour or so walk if you get there before the dogs.

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Dorney Wetlands
incorporating
Jubilee River Reserve

One of three found on the reserve at 07:45 on April 18th, 2003


March 2004

3rd for Berkshire

May 3rd 2003

Black Redstart

April 2002

Curlew sand

August 2003

Ruff

May 2003

Wood sand

April 2002

Barwit

April 2003

LRP

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