Conference title: Species survival: Securing white-clawed crayfish in a changing environment
Conference dates: 16th and 17th of November 2010
Location: Bristol Zoo Gardens
|White-clawed crayfish (Austropotamobius pallipes) © John Mason|
This event aims to bring together crayfish conservation experts and practitioners to exchange knowledge and experience, and to foster a more strategic approach to conserving this globally endangered species. An exciting programme includes distinguished speakers from across Europe.
The conference is being organised by the South West Crayfish Strategy partnership – a partnership between Bristol Zoo Gardens, Avon Wildlife Trust, the Environment Agency and Buglife.
For more information and to register for the conference please click here.
Buglife are working with the aggregates and minerals industry in South West England to establish new Ark sites to conserve threatened populations of White-clawed crayfish. For more information on Buglife’s crayfish conservation work please click here to visit our project pages.