CRIMP on camera

Angler and freshwater biologist-come-photographer, Josh Maitland has been braving the cold on the Rotten Calder once again this month. Keen CRIMPer, Josh, who trained in riverfly monitoring in August has been out sampling every month and this time uncovered caseless caddis flies, a pleasant surprise. There was also a large ‘gadger’ that definitely wanted to make sure it was included in the record that day. Stoneflies and caddis flies are a sure sign that the burn is running clear and we hope to see more of the same great results in the future. Here are just a few of Josh’s great pics. If you take any photos whilst out sampling be sure to send them into us at the Clyde River Foundation., we’d love to see them!

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