Teesmouth & Cleveland Coast
- Country:United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
- Site number:741
- Area:1,247 ha
- Designation date:15-08-1995
- Coordinates:54°37'N 01°10'W
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Teesmouth & Cleveland Coast. 15/08/95; England; 1,247 ha; 54°38'N 001°07'W. National Nature Reserve, Special Protection Area, SSSI. An estuary, highly modified by human activities, encompassing a range of habitats including sand and mud flats, rocky shore, saltmarsh, freshwater marsh, and sand dunes. Nationally and internationally important numbers of various species of waterbirds stage and winter at the site. The site supports a rich assemblage of invertebrates, including seven nationally rare species. Human activities include recreation, hunting, and fishing. Site extended from 943 to 1247 hectares, 11/04/00. Ramsar site no. 741. Most recent RIS information: 2000.
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- EU Natura 2000
- Last publication date:01-01-2000