This 2016 video is about the red swamp crayfish.
This morning, to the old harbour.
A bit further in the canal, a moorhen with chicks.
Two great cormorants diving.
Two speckled wood butterflies flying around each other.
Chiffchaff and robin sound.
Near the stone bridge, an assistant to a biology teacher has caught a red swamp crayfish.
As a big school of young rudd passes, she tries to catch one of the little fish for a demonstration at her educational institution. However, the fish manage to avoid the net.
In the Corversbos nature reserve, nuthatch sound.
This is a buzzard video.
A buzzard flies away from a tree, circling above the field together with another buzzard.
As we walk back to the canal under the stone bridge, a pondskater.
January 2012. The Environment Agency is using radio transmitters to locate and track a ferocious predator invading English waterways. The virile crayfish, a highly aggressive non-native crayfish, is slowly invading waterways in East London. This unwanted visitor preys on native wildlife and spreads crayfish plague, a disease deadly to native white clawed crayfish: here.