Target 2010 – North East. The condition of the region’s Sites of Special Scientific Interest (ST122)

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The North East Region, often referred to as Northumbria, comprises County Durham, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, and Tees Valley. On the coast, there are miles of sand dunes and extensive mud and sand flats providing havens for thousands of birds. Out to sea are islands and underwater reefs teeming with marine life. In the uplands, over 80 per cent of the English black grouse population and the largest area of juniper wood in England can be found, together with lonely expanses of internationally important bog and heather moor.
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