Riverfly Monitoring Newsletter Spring 2016


Natural Resources Wales Riverfly Monitoring Newsletter for south-west Wales is now available to view. This newsletter shows all the monitoring work carried out by Rivers Trusts volunteers across Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion from late last Summer to March 2016. Many thanks to all volunteers who continue to carry out regular kick samples to monitor river water quality and invertebrate numbers.

Southwest Wales Riverfly Monitoring Report to March 2016 (PDF).

The Riverfly Partnership has also published their Spring newsletter for ARMI (Anglers Riverfly Monitoring Initative) groups, with information about an upcoming photographic competition in June 2016. Also included below are links to back-copies of the Riverfly Partnership newsletters which have lots of news and information about the ARMI Initiative across the UK.

Riverfly Partnership Newsletter Spring 2016

Riverfly Partnership Newsletter Winter 2015

Riverfly Partnership Newsletter Summer 2015

Riverfly Partnership Newsletter Winter 2014

Riverfly Partnership Newsletter Autumn 2014

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