Category Archives: Fish

Birder gets on his bike to study other species

Plants, Odonata and fish photographed. From Bexley Bird Report author, Ralph Todd. Mid June-Mid July are relatively quiet times for active birdwatchers so I often pursue other avenues of natural history but keep with the flying beasties as much as possible but … Continue reading

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Cray Riverkeepers to launch boat blitz on lower Cray wash-out litter problem

As previously reported on BW, the lower Cray beyond Maiden Lane bridge is suffering from the large amounts of litter that gets washed into it as a result of the bankside undergrowth in which it was trapped dying back during … Continue reading

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Sea fish in the Borough

It is easy to forget that Bexley has marine life too. With the tidal Thames extending far up into London, the river as it forms the border of Bexley contains many saltwater fishes. For example, a report in the Thurrock … Continue reading

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