We need you to become an ObstacEELS surveyor and join SERT in helping to map obstacles to eel migration across the Mole Catchment. The data you collect will enable a strategic approach to future eel projects along the Mole which will improve the river for this critically endangered species.
Online Training – We’ll be running through everything you need to know to become an ObstacEELS surveyor and getting you all set up on the reporting app. No prior experience necessary.
Online Training will be followed up by Practical Training Sessions – A chance to put your new found skills to good use along the River Mole and its tributaries. We’ll be working together to survey a stretch of river and log the barriers we see to help you get to grips with the survey method.
Times: 10am-11.30am in Leatherhead or 1pm-2.30pm in Crawley.
After you’ve completed both parts of the training, you’ll head out in groups to complete ObstacEELS surveys along your chosen sections of the River Mole and its tributaries.
To find out more and to book your place click here
ObstacEELS is part of the Thames Catchment Community Eels Project. This project is funded by the government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund. The fund is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund in partnership with Natural England and the Environment Agency.