Produced, directed and filmed by Richard Brock
Duration: 80 mins
Release Date: September 17th 2005
Wild Thames - Wild London: The Famous River that you don't know!' is a fascinating
new film packed full of revealing insights into the bird life of the
Thames and how wildlife and man share this famous river.
The film exposes a whole new side to the river, taking you on a captivating
journey from the upper tidal-reaches of the Thames, right through the heart
of London and on to the wild Essex Marshes. You will discover the fascinating
birds that live here, such as great crested grebes, swans, herons, and coots.
We also meet many of the other wild inhabitants including foxes, water voles
and eels, plus a surprising number of foreigners! Did you know there are parakeets
from India, Chinese crabs, Canada Geese and exotic mandarin ducks living on
the Thames? And what about seals, dolphins, otters and the famous salmon?
" This film really is an eye-opener and a unique record of life on the Thames.
The film shows just how adaptable nature is and how man and wildlife can live
alongside each other. It also examines the state of the Thames and raises a number
of important questions; how clean is the river? What impact will sea-level rises
have upon London and its wildlife?" asks Richard Brock.
By buying a copy of this film you will be doing your bit for conservation,
as proceeds will go towards wildlife projects on the Thames, and
also towards Richard Brock's conservation organisation, the Brock
If you would like to order your copy, please send your name
and address, along with a chq. made payable to "Richard
The Brock Initiative
54 Ferry Street
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