More than a century ago this estuary was teeming with wildlife. Expansive beds of shellfish and huge shoals of herring and salmon fed all the surrounding communities.
After more than a century of pollution, the River Forth is making a comeback.
Recent surveys of estuary bed sediments have found that species are returning in ever-increasing numbers following major decreases in the amount of pollutants and toxins entering the river system.
(READ the story from the Scotsman)