Crayfish Ecology & Identification Course 24th July - Spaces available!

Measuring a crayfish. Photo: Essex Wildlife Trust

Spaces are available on the Essex Wildlife Trust course on Crayfish Identification and Ecology - call 01621 862960 or email to book your place!

This full day course provides an introduction to crayfish ecology and identification. We will look at the known distribution in Essex and the ecology of native and non-native crayfish species. By the end of the day participants will be able to distinguish the three species found in Essex – our native White-clawed Crayfish and the invasive Signal Crayfish and Turkish Crayfish.

This course also coveres biosecurity around waterways - participants will also be acutely aware of the risks of transferring Crayfish Plague from river to river and of measures to prevent its spread (drying/sterilising equipment, boots, nets etc.).

Date: Monday 24th July 2017

Time: 10am-4pm

Venue: Stebbing Village Hall, Great Dunmow, CM6 3SL

£30 donation per person