The Tay Estuary by fionapaulmessenger

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The Tay Estuary Wall Clock

The Tay Estuary Wall Clock
The Tay Estuary Wall Clock
The Tay Estuary Wall Clock
The Tay Estuary Wall Clock
The Tay Estuary Wall Clock

The Tay Estuary Wall Clock

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The Firth of Tay and Eden Estuary is located on the east coast of central Scotland. The Firth stretches for some 35 km along the estuary from near Newburgh to the estuary mouth. For much of its length the main channel of the estuary lies close to the southern shore and the most extensive intertidal flats are on the north side, west of Dundee. In Monifieth Bay, to the east of Dundee, the substrate becomes sandier and there are also Mussel Mytilus edulis beds. The south shore consists of fairly steeply shelving mud and shingle. The Inner Tay Estuary is particularly noted for the continuous dense stands of Common Reed Phragmites australis along its northern shore. These reedbeds, inundated during high tides, are amongst the largest in Britain. Eastwards, as conditions become more saline, there are areas of saltmarsh, a relatively scarce habitat in eastern Scotland. The site is of importance in summer for breeding terns and Marsh Harrier Circus aeruginosus, whilst in the migration periods and in winter the estuary holds major concentrations of waterbirds, especially waders, sea-ducks and geese. Sea-ducks also feed, loaf and roost outside the SPA in the open waters of the Firth.

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