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Since becoming a unitary authority, Durham County Council has refocused its vision and priorities, together with partners and in consultation with local people and Area Action Partnerships (AAPs).

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Waldridge Fell, August 2019

England, United Kingdom
Survey of Waldridge Fell - Sony QX1 (16mm) flown at 90m on the 27th August, 2019.
  • ForestHero X8
  • 49,837 x 56,564
“Waldridge

Langley Moor, August 2019

England, United Kingdom
79.9ha of moorland flown with the Sony QX1 @ 90m, on Tuesday 27th August, 2019
  • ForestHero X8
  • 59,110 x 55,375

Habitat Survey 2019

“Waldridge-Fell-North-Preview"

Waldridge Fell, May 2019

England, United Kingdom
Survey of gorse at Waldridge - Sony QX1 (16mm) flown at 90m on the 14th May, 2019.
  • ForestHero X8
  • 29,420 x 41,839
“Waldridge

Langley Moor, May 2019

England, United Kingdom
Flown with the Sony QX1 @ 90m.
  • ForestHero X8
  • 55,856 x 53,509

Waldridge Fell, August 2017

“Waldridge-Fell-North-Preview"

Waldridge Fell North

England, United Kingdom
Composite image of Waldridge Fell created from 768 individual photographs covering approximately 60 hectares.
“Waldridge

Waldridge Fell South

England, United Kingdom
Flown with Hero4 Peau87 lens @ 90m.

Waldridge Fell

Waldridge Fell GP Preview

Waldridge Fell GP

Waldridge Fell, Consett
Waldridge Fell is a Site of Special Scientific Interest located immediately south-west of Chester-le-Street in the northern part of County Durham, England. It is one of the largest areas of lowland heath in County Durham and contains the only lowland valley-mire in the county. The fell is home to a number of plants and insects that are scarce to rare elsewhere in the county.
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Waldridge Fell S2

Waldridge Fell, Consett
Waldridge Fell is a Site of Special Scientific Interest located immediately south-west of Chester-le-Street in the northern part of County Durham, England. It is one of the largest areas of lowland heath in County Durham and contains the only lowland valley-mire in the county. The fell is home to a number of plants and insects that are scarce to rare elsewhere in the county.

Langley Moor

A special feature of this nature reserve is the lowland heath, which contains heather, bilberry and juniper. Heather moorland is rare throughout Britain and is a priority for conservation because it is becoming increasingly scarce and fragmented.

The adjoining Chapman’s Well nature reserve is one of the best bird-watching sites in the region. The vast areas of marshy grassland & ponds provide fabulous places for birds to feed and breed throughout the year.

Species include heron, stonechat, skylark, linnet & reed bunting. Many birds of prey hunt overhead including five different species of owl (short eared, long eared, barn, tawny & little owl), kestrel, red kite and buzzard, as well as the occasional marsh harrier.

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Langley Moor GP

Langley Moor, Durham
Langley Moor flown with GoPro 3+ at 90m, 7cm/pix
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Langley Moor SP2

Langley Moor, Durham
Langley Moor flown with Survey 2 at 90m, 3.5cm/pix
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Langley Moor v2.0

Langley Moor, Durham
Langley Moor reprocessed to correct issue with point cloud.
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Langley Moor Heather

Langley Moor, Durham
28th August, 2017.

Coastal Survey

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Castle Dene

Castle Dene, Denemouth
This is a test using the Castle Dene dataset to prototype the download of TIF files.
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