World Fish Migration Day

Photo by Paul Kemp

The International Centre of Ecohydaulics Research promoted World Fish Migration Day 2018 and the launch of the AMBER Citizen Science portal. A team of researchers arrived at Montisfont House and Gardens, National Trust, UK, with a range of interactive activities including the fish migration themed marble run and engaging and educational material for children. Visitors were encouraged to visit river barriers at the site and log them on their newly downloaded barrier tracker app and learn some fun facts about fish migration along the way. There were over 350 visitors to the stall during the day from differing age groups and backgrounds who were keen to interact and engage with the activities.

Helen A. L. Currie
Helen A. L. Currie
Postdoctoral Research Associate

My research interests include animal behaviour, aquatic ecology and fisheries science.