Eels in container prior to release into the River Brue – video credit Anna Redwood On the 29th April, 330 glass eels were released into the River Brue, a…
Our River Severn Catchment Officer, Georgia Oaten, is taking over our Instagram account today talking all things eels and elvers, as last week she had the opportunity to head out and assist with the elver passage on the River Severn. Check it out!
Thanks to @EcofactEcology 👏👏👏 relentless pressure on @InlandFisherIE and others, action is finally happening - Will is the true HERO!!! @theriverstrust @RewildingB @GlavenEel @SevernUnlocked @JackPerksPhoto @EelGroup @EU_ENV https://my.uplift.ie/petitions/remove-annacotty-weir-on-the-river-mulkear-co-limerick https://twitter.com/InlandFisherIE/status/1389889181577617408
Minister @EamonRyan announces Inland Fisheries Ireland to lead on fish passage improvement at Annacotty weir. The project will support fish migration on the Mulkear river. Full media release available here: https://www.fisheriesireland.ie/Press-releases/media-release-minister-ryan-announces-inland-fisheries-ireland-to-lead-on-fish-passage-improvement-at-annacotty-weir.html
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This April, elver fishermen, Rivers & Wildlife trusts and local volunteers came together to assist 2M+ eels over migration barriers as part of Rewilding Britain
Lets keep going!
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Last week we helped translocate over 1 million elvers passed barriers to their migration on the Severn. This video by our Project Officer Tom shows just a few of them, and the awesome volunteers who helped
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