This project involved setting up remote capture video cameras in areas of the river bank woodland to record the wildlife that occurs in the area (deer, badger, birds of prey, owls, otter etc). There was also involvement of local schools, landowners and community groups, giving them a chance to view wildlife that occurs in their landscape but that they normally do not get the opportunity to see. The project used the footage to inform local communities about their local wildlife and also used the experience as an education resource in local schools.
You can see footage of wildlife including badgers, roe deer, otters and herons on the Durham Wildlife Trust's Youtube Channel.
This project is now complete.