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Treraven Meadow

Treraven Meadow is a flood meadow which runs between the Camel Estuary at Egloshayle and the Camel Trail. This site floods at Spring  and other high tides, this was done by the Environment Agency as part of the flood alleviation schemes for Wadebridge and Sladesbridge. Clapper Marshes are over the opposite bank.

Park at Guineaport, Wadebridge and walk along the Camel Trail towards Bodmin viewing the meadow on your left. There is a bird hide about 500metres from where you parked the car, provided by the Friends of Martin Cutland Group.

©Camelbirder 2012.

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