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We have many rare and protected species living on our sites, including:
Birds – the harbour is an important feeding ground for birds and 300 species have been recorded here.
Fish – Christchurch Harbour also plays a vital role in the life cycle of several fish species. It’s an important sea and fresh water fishery, as well as a migratory route for salmon, sea trout, sea lamprey and eels.
Mammals include the bottlenose dolphin and common seal.
Plants – the harbour is also home to two rare plants: dwarf spike-rush and sea knot-grass.
These habitats play host to a wide range of mammals, insects and birds, such as water vole, otter, scarce chaser dragonfly, tufted duck, garganey, wigeon, pochard duck, goosander, pintail, teal, shoveler and the gadwall.
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Water meters have important benefits for you, for us and for the environment as you can have more control over your water use and leaks are easier to detect.
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