River Roden, Shropshire
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|District||Telford and Wrekin|
|- left||Soulton Brook|
|- right||Sleap Brook|
|- elevation||90 m (295 ft)|
|Secondary source||Cole Mere|
|- location||near Welshampton|
|- elevation||86 m (282 ft)|
|- location||Confluence with River Tern|
|- elevation||47 m (154 ft)|
|- average||1.94 m3/s (69 cu ft/s) |
|- max||28.15 m3/s (994 cu ft/s) 1968-07-03|
A map of the Tern catchment, showing the Roden. Watershed is shown in cyan.
Villages and towns it flows through or near to, include:
The River Roden is also recognised for its abundance of wildlife. Predatory birds, foxes and other animals are common to this river and there is also a large variety of fish, including:
- Chub - which are largely sought by anglers in the river
- Pike - for which the river is known
- Barbel - which are unusual for a river like the Roden, although they do not grow to a large size here
- Dace - which are abundant in the river
- "National River Flow Archive - 54016 Roden @ Rodington". Retrieved 2008-01-24.
- "HiFlows-UK". Retrieved 2008-01-24.
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