Next Indoor Event

19/05/2021 (Wed)
River Thame - birding desert or just under watched and undervalued?
By: Nick Marriner
The River Thame is one of Oxfordshire’s lesser known rivers but one that holds some key populations of wetland birds and that the River Thame Conservation Trust is passionate about. The talk will give an overview of the Trust’s bird surveying projects that have now been running for over 5 years. Our Wetland Bird Survey and Atlas have shown the value of long term monitoring and distribution mapping and have highlighted some real birding hotspots. The talk will share how we have gone about the surveys, the results it is showing, the birds we have been finding and the practical conservation work the surveys have been supporting.

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Date Species Count Site Who
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2021-04-23Grey Wagtail1Iffley: Iffley LockSL
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2021-04-19Great Crested Grebe1Hinksey LakeSL
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2021-04-18Yellow Wagtail1Marsh BaldonSL
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2021-04-17Golden Plover12Radcot LockMRo
2021-04-17Curlew4Radcot LockMRo
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