Citizen Science: freshwater invertebrate survey

11-04-19 10:00 - 15:00

The citizen science team will be monitoring the River rother for freshwater invertebrates.
Interested in joining the citizen science team? Read more about the role and applying on our Volunteering page or conact Sally: [email protected]

Time: 10am-3pm
Task: Kick-sampling, sorting groups of invertebrates, further identification using keys, data-collection, specimen collection and labelling. Training provided.
Location: Breck Farm Watermeadows. Please be prepared for a full day out on site, there are no toilets or facilities and the site is rural (no footpaths).

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