Thames Landscape Strategy

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We need your help to protect our bat neighbours 🦇
@habsandheritage are raising money for vital equipment.

Evidence of bat activity can be used to defend their habitats from potentially devastating new developments.

Link below for more info👇

https://habitatsandheritage.org.uk/get-involved/appeals/batting-for-bats-2022/

In this experiment Dr Rob Thompson of @UniRdg_Met shows just how long it takes water to soak into parched ground, illustrating why heavy rainfall after a #drought can be dangerous and might lead to flashfloods.

@R0b1et @UniRdg_water

Last night we found four different species of bat by Kingston Riverside 🦇

A massive thank you to @ElliotNewton90 for teaching us lots of interesting bat facts.

We’ll be doing the same again next Monday, click the link below to sign up 👇
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/summer-bat-walks-tickets-394364985287

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Father Thames Trust is charity of the month at the @HamParadeMarket! We’re selling raffle tickets for a lovely hamper of goodies and a great cause.

They raise money for us to carry out our vital work on the Arcadian Thames.

#RewildingArcadia

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If you need a Monday evening activity, we have free guided bat walks in Kingston! 🦇

Here is the link to sign up:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/summer-bat-walks-tickets-394364393517

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Thames Landscape Strategy

Thames Landscape Strategy

Launched in 1994, the strategy is a 100-year blueprint for the Thames, whose vision is to conserve, enhance and promote for the future, one of the world’s great river landscapes between Weybridge and Kew

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We will be down by Saddlers Ride slipway, Hurst Park, Molesey, on Monday 15th August 10am-12. Talking to people about #rewildingarcadia. Look for the blue flags and come chat to us about floodplain restoration potential in the Arcadian Thames. ... See MoreSee Less
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Had a fab bat walk this evening with Elliot, Biodiversity Officer at Royal Borough of Kingston. We managed to pick up the calls of 4 species of bat: Common pipistrelle, soprano pipistrelle, daubentons, and noctule, between the Hawker Centre YMCA and Teddington Lock. #rewildingarcadia We still have places on our walk next Monday, so get in touch if you want to come along. Rebecca.Law@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk Habitats & Heritage The Kingston Biodiversity Network ... See MoreSee Less
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