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Porlock Bay is on the Bristol Channel, between Hurlstone Point and Porlock Weir in Somerset, England.
Much of the coastline is under the care of the National Trust, and includes Porlock Ridge & Saltmarsh- a 186.3 hectare biological Site of ‘Special Scientific Interest.’
The site is visited regularly by Grey Heron, Little Egret, Shelduck, Small winter flocks of Lapwing, Curlew, and Teal. The site is also visited by a very wide range of migratory species.
In 2013 an Oyster farm was created with the first harvest being taken in 2016.
Photo: Rob Hutton.
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