Postponed – Mighty Murray Crayfish Community Day – postponed due to high river flows
Postponed due to very high river flows.
The Murray Crayfish, second largest Crayfish in the world, will be showcased in a community field day at Barham, NSW on Sunday 11 September.
All are welcome to attend and learn about the biology and ecology, past research, genetics and population status of this iconic freshwater animal and watch Aquatic Ecologists from NGT’s Aquasave team undertake Murray Crayfish field surveys. The event will be held at the Barham boat ramp from 10am until 2pm.
The day is supported by NSW Department of Primary Industries, Western Murray Land Improvement Group, Edward Wakool Angling Association, Barham DSMC Angling Club and funded by a Recreational Fishing Trust Grant. Please register through the check in code, by following the booking link or email.