Graham Scholey, MBE will present The Wildlife and Ecology of the River Thames
Graham Scholey, works for the Environment Agency and in 2004 received an MBE for services to Conservation and the Environment.
In this fully illustrated talk he will put the wildlife of the freshwater Thames in the context of the historic management and modifications to the river, identifying some of the current pressures on the wildlife of the river and how these are being addressed. He will highlight some of the key components and how the river functions as an ecosystem. Some of the main wildlife features of the river will be discussed, both the more obvious species and those hidden under the water.
Tickets cost £2.00 per household/device
and are non-refundable in the event of non-attendance
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You will receive a confirmation email from Ticketsource and a reminder of your booking also containing the Zoom link will be sent to you two days before the meeting.
The closing date for this event is 13th February after which no further bookings will be accepted.
I am delighted to have booked Graham to speak to us as he comes highly recommended. I hope you can join us for what I’m sure will be a most fascinating and informative talk.
Glynis Leeson, Speakers’ Secretary