Elvers and crayfish in 2014

2014 was a busy year for the RGCG. We were involved in a big river restoration at Bayfield, the de-silting of Selbrigg Pond and lots of other work pushed forward by the brilliant Norfolk Rivers...

Glaven crayfish transfer III

Over the 18th-19th September, volunteers from the RGCG, Environment Agency, UCL and the Norfolk Non-native Species Initiative were involved in the third Glaven white-clawed crayfish transfer. As usual all volunteers were by guided by the...

Glaven to Stiffkey crayfish transfer

Recently Robin Combe wrote a blog post on his incredible trapping efforts aimed at eradicating the non-native American Signal Crayfish from the Watering Lane, Glaven tributary. Unfortunately, just after Robin’s blog, he discovered a small...

Elimination of Signal Crayfish

Elimination of signal crayfish from the Glaven tributaries? Well “attempted elimination” would be a better description as we have not reached the end of the exercise by a long way. Indeed some experts says we...