We look forward to welcoming you to the next instalment in the FBA's seminar series, entitled, "Guddling about exploring freshwater habitats and their inhabitants" by Craig Macadam.
Craig has been studying freshwater invertebrates for 35 years. His particular specialism is mayflies and stoneflies, and the habitats that they inhabit. Following 11 years in the water industry, Craig now heads up the Conservation team at Buglife - The Invertebrate Conservation Trust where he was responsible for the development of their freshwater strategy. He is a founder member of the Riverfly Partnership and National Coordinator of the mayfly and stonefly recording schemes. Craig also co-chairs the IUCN Mayfly, Stonefly and Caddisfly Specialist Group which undertakes Red List assessments and develops conservation action for threatened species.
Growing up on the banks of a river meant that it was difficult not to be enthralled by the species that lived there. I developed a passion for mayflies and stoneflies which has continued for over three decades. This talk will explore some of the species and habitats encountered over that time and the conservation issues facing them.
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We look forward to seeing you all there.