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Newsletter – Autumn 2019

Lapwing can be seen on the Thame floodplain in Autumn as they migrate from northern Europe to overwinter. Credit: Doug Kennedy

We are pleased to welcome you to our Autumn 2019 newsletter! We hope you enjoy reading about what we and our partners have been up to recently. If you have any suggestions for our Winter newsletter then contact: enquiries@riverthame.org

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Waterstock Local Wildlife Site Designation

STOP PRESS! Waterstock Local Wildlife Site Designation

We are thrilled to announce that the Waterstock Local Wildlife Site designation is now official.

Waterstock is a fantastic site in the River Thame catchment and is home to many different species including regionally important species such as the curlew.

The designation shows the importance of the site for wildlife and is testament to lots of hard work and collaboration between many different people and groups.

You can read all about it on the official Press Release by clicking here

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos by Julie Cuthbert

 

Newsletter Autumn 2018

Welcome to our quarterly newsletter! Here we like to update you on the work the Trust and its partners have been carrying out around the Thame catchment as well as any national news that may affect our freshwater habitats.

After a long hot summer that had an impact on water levels in all of the Thame catchment waterbodies, things have turned cooler with some welcome rain seen. Lots of things have been happening led by both ourselves and our partners. We hope you enjoy reading about them in our Autumn newsletter! If you have any suggestions for our Winter newsletter then contact enquiries@riverthame.org  Continue reading

2019 RTCT Calendar For Sale!


Love the River Thame and it’s catchment? Want to be able to see beautiful pictures of the river and it’s wildlife throughout the year? Then why not buy our new, hot off the press, 2019 calendar! Featuring 12 gorgeous pictures taken by Doug Kennedy and all yours for the sum of £7 (£7.95 incl p+p)  A perfect Christmas present for friends and family!

Contact jane@riverthame.org to place your orders

 

2018 Summer Newsletter

Welcome to our quarterly newsletter! Here we like to update you on the work the Trust and its partners have been carrying out around the Thame catchment as well as any national news that may affect our freshwater habitats.

This scorching summer appears to be never ending and the dramatic snowfall over the winter seems just a distant memory. Our grasslands are brown, trees are wilting, our ponds drying and soils cracking. Who ever thought we would be wishing for rain! Despite this for the Trust this summer has been one of knowledge gathering, habitat creation and and restoration! Continue reading