A organisation of people shop-worn wildlife and uneasy stable class after pushing 4×4 vehicles by a river, it has been claimed.
David Lewis pronounced he called Natural Resources Wales (NRW) when he saw a vehicles enter a River Usk in Monmouthshire, on Sunday.
Landowner Bev Baker pronounced he was not benefaction during a eventuality and will forestall it from function in a future.
NRW pronounced a officers were not compulsory to attend though is investigating.
Angling publisher Mr Lewis mostly fishes on a widen of a river, that is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and Special Area of Conservation (SAC).
He pronounced sandpiper birds lapse to a area each May to nest on a tiny beach.
“Where are they going to nest now? The vehicles were pushing behind and onward over their nest site,” he said.
Mr Lewis pronounced anglers are also endangered since a shad – a stable class of fish – spawns in a stream during this time of year.
The BBC has schooled a organisation were holding partial in a regular, marshalled eventuality in woodland using alongside a river, though had no accede to enter a water.
“I was gutted to hear this, we have warned a bar that this can’t go on and we won’t let this occur again,” pronounced landowner Mr Baker.
Mr Lewis pronounced he reported a occurrence to NRW though was told no officers were accessible to attend.
Responding to Mr Lewis’ claims, NRW pronounced it is questioning a incident, adding it did not need “immediate attendance” since it did not trust any fish were killed and there was no pollution.
Gwent Police was sensitive of a incident.