River Thames

Thames21 'Love the Lea' campaign

River Ecology Talk at the Lancasterian School

Friday, 15 February 2013 -
11:00am to 12:00pm

River ecology talk by Theo Thomas, London Canalkeeper at Thames21 at the...

Clean Water, Ecology, Eels, Events, Lancasterian Primary School, Pollution, River Lea, River Moselle, River Thames, Sewage Fungus, Stickleback, Waste Water

Theo Thomas, Thames21

Theo Thomas, Thames21

Theo works for Thames21, a charity dedicated to working with people to protect their local rivers and canals. Theo started the Love the Lea campaign because the rivers in the Lower Lea Valley are...

Ecology, Love the Lea, Pollution, Reed Bed, River Health, River Lea, River Moselle, River Thames, Thames21, Waste Water, Water Testing

River Moselle source - Courtesy Theo Thomas, Thames21

Queen’s Wood – where the Moselle Starts, but Time Stands Still

There’s something quite magical being near the source of a river, whatever its size or location. It’s that sense of being at the beginning, with all that potential, just as the journey starts. I...

Clean Water, Concrete, Culvert, Daylighting, Ecology, Hidden Moselle, Highgate, Lordship Rec, Lost Rivers, River Lea, River Moselle, River Moselle Valley, River Thames, Signs of the River Moselle, Tottenham, Tributary, Visible Moselle

Glass eel, juvenile European eel

European Eel

"European eels (Anguilla anguilla) have a long and complex life cycle. They are a migratory, catadromous fish, feeding and growing in fresh water but returning to the sea to spawn. Their spawning...

Ecology, Eels, River Lea, River Moselle, River Thames

Small eel with eel researcher

Eel Research in the Thames and its Tributaries

"ZSL is monitoring eel migrations in the Thames and its tributaries as a result of the decline in the number of European eels returning to the UK.

"Eel Monitoring 2The European eel (...

Ecology, Eels, River Lea, River Moselle, River Thames, Tributary

Stickleback drawing

Three-Spined Stickleback - Young People’s Trust for the Environment

"Three-spined stickleback: Gasterosteus aculeatus

"Distribution: there are eight species of stickleback throughout the Northern Hemisphere. The three- spined and ten-spined may be found in...

Ecology, River Lea, River Moselle, River Thames, Science, Stickleback

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