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New 2018 Port brochure now available
Thr 11 Jan 2018
The 2018 Port of Wells brochure is now available at the harbour office or a PDF copy may be viewed or downloaded at the link below... ... More...
Reckless paramotors return to cause a disturbance
Wed 27 May 2015
Low flying mindless paramotors cause a disturbance to nesting birds ... More...
WHC donate buoys to Burnham Overy Trust
Tue 8 Jul 2014
WHC have donated two red can buoys to Burnham Overy Trust ... More...
Reckless paragliders are disturbing birds in the harbour
Mon 23 Jun 2014
There are an increasing number of low-flying paramotors causing a menace in the harbour... More... 9.9.13
Bird News from the Outer Harbour
Tue 3 Jun 2014
Report on Birds nesting at the Outer Harbour .... More...
Little Tern Survey 2013
Thr 26 Sep 2013
A record number of terns and other shore birds nested at the Outer Harbour this year.... More...
Little Terns nesting at Outer Harbour
Mon 10 Jun 2013
Little Terns are again nesting on the shingle bank of the Outer Harbour More...
Little Tern Survey 2012
Fri 31 Aug 2012
James McCallum carried out a third monitoring survey on bird behaviour and breeding around the Harbour Channel in August 2012 ........... More...
Plants at the Outer Harbour, August 2012
Tue 28 Aug 2012
A plant survey at the Outer Harbour was conducted in August and a total of 52 different plant species were recorded... More... Musk Thistle
Little Terns nest successfully at Outer Harbour
Tue 14 Aug 2012
An internationally rare bird, the Little Tern has nested successfully at the Outer Harbour........ More... Common Terns and chick August 2012

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