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If you have any photos of the Wildlife or Squirrels taken during your stay at Riverside, just email them to us and we'll add them to this, or the Squirrel Gallery.



Just sit down and relax at Riverside, and with your patience, minimum movement, and perhaps a few scraps of food, the native wild life will come out to live their daily lives and routines in full view.     Here are just a selection of photos by Mike and Sara Smith during their many stays at Riverside.














A rare sighting of an Otter in the River.


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More Bird & Wildlife photos, these by Hilary & Russell Sumner-Barnes during their multitude of stays.




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During a visit in July 2014, Suzanne Storm took this photo of a family of Merganser's in the river, from the river edge Dog Walk area.

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These are a selection of photos from Jan Wilkinson.

Starting with this Nut Hatch.







A husband & wife BlueTit team.







A friendly Robin









A photo of a Dragon Fly is not easy to capture, but Jan has done it perfectly.








And her lense was ready when this Butterfly came on the scene.








The faithful Blackbird is always there to get the worm.








A Dipper.

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Photos by Mike & Sara Smith during their stay, of a fox browsing amongst the sheep in the field just across the river from the site.