When we create salt marsh videos for Instagram and YouTube we all put them all here so you can take a quick peak. We will also add the links to relevant pages where there is more information on another page.
As a little taster here is a 60 second video about the Mudrock deep, deep beneath the marsh. We think you will find it fascinating! See more about the geology at Salt Marsh Geology.
If you have had a busy day and want to relax this one is for you. Just the gentle lapping of waves . . .
Do you know why the plants that grow here are special? If you love plants then our Salt Marsh Plants page is the place for you.
Spartina is one of the plants that create salt marshes. Again the Salt Marsh Plants page is the place for you if you want to find our more about the plants here.
This is a great YouTube clip made by Scott Gudrich. Thank you Scott. Go to Salt Marsh Carbon to read more about how salt marshes are helping to protect our climate.
We all know trees help the climate by removing carbon from the environment. But did you know that salt marshes do the same thing but are even better at it?
We plan to create more salt marsh videos . . . or if we see any public videos to share we will add them to this page.
The reserve lies between Portishead and Royal Portbury Dock.
Access points are from Wharf Lane in Sheepway just off Junction 19 of the M5 motorway and from Portishead marina.
This website is created for and maintained by Friends of Portbury Wharf Nature Reserve.
You can contact the Friends at firstname.lastname@example.org