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The state of the Thames

Conserving the Thames: learn about the fish, eels and seals living in our local London estuary

Estuaries are one of the world’s most productive ecosystems but their biological value is often over looked. Due to their complexity, they remain poorly understood and are rarely recognised for their importance for wildlife. The historical dependency of man on estuaries has largely resulted in them becoming environmentally impoverished. The Thames, however, is seen as a global success story of a recovering urban estuary. Find out more about how far the Thames has come since being declared ‘biologically dead’ in 1958 and learn about some of the species that live in the estuary and how they use it.


Joe Pecorelli | talks | www
Joanna Barker | talks
Adrian Pinder | talks


Date and Time:

11 July 2017 at 6:00 pm


2 hours



Zoological Society of London
Regent's Park
+44 (0)20 7449 6287

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