Nature and Wildlife

Navigation for pleasure is only part of the public amenity that canal restoration has provided. The canal corridor through the beautiful Sussex and Surrey countryside provides a natural link between a rich variety of habitats, supporting a wide range of plants, trees, insects, animals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians which has improved as the restoration of the canal has been progressed.
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Red deer near Drungewick Lock on the Wey & Arun canal near Loxwood in West Sussex

Red deer near Drungewick Lock on the Wey & Arun canal near Loxwood in West Sussex

Red Admiral butterfly, Wey and Arun Canal, Loxwood, West Sussex

Red Admiral butterfly, Wey and Arun Canal, Loxwood, West Sussex

Buzzard, Hunt Nature Park, Shalford, Guildford, Surrey.

Buzzard, Hunt Nature Park, Shalford, Guildford, Surrey.

Yellow Iris on the bank of the Wey & Arun Canal at Loxwood West Sussex

Yellow Iris on the bank of the Wey & Arun Canal at Loxwood West Sussex

Robin

Robin

Coltsfoot on the towpath of the Wey and Arun Canal in Loxwood, West Sussex. Come for a walk and see the wildlife along our beautiful canal.

Coltsfoot on the towpath of the Wey and Arun Canal in Loxwood, West Sussex. Come for a walk and see the wildlife along our beautiful canal.

Roe deer near the Wey & Arun Canal, Newbridge, Billingshurst, West Sussex

Roe deer near the Wey & Arun Canal, Newbridge, Billingshurst, West Sussex

Roe deer near the Wey & Arun Canal, Newbridge, Billingshurst, West Sussex

Roe deer near the Wey & Arun Canal, Newbridge, Billingshurst, West Sussex

Robin, Wey and Arun Canal, Loxwood, West Sussex

Robin, Wey and Arun Canal, Loxwood, West Sussex

Grey Heron, Wey and Arun Canal, Loxwood, West Sussex

Grey Heron, Wey and Arun Canal, Loxwood, West Sussex

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