Get Involved with the ENNIS Project
ENNIS Project Volunteer Roles
Please follow the links below to find out more about each of our opportunities and sign up.
- River Barle Signal Crayfish Project Volunteer - work as part of an innovative research project to control numbers of the invasive signal crayfish on the River Barle upstream of Withypool.
- River Exe Signal Crayfish Survey Volunteer - work in small groups to survey for invasive signal crayfish on the River Exe near Dulverton.
- River Lyn Signal Crayfish Survey Volunteer - work in small teams to survey for the invasive signal crayfish on the River Lyn.
- Himalayan balsam pulling Volunteer - Join a team of volunteers walking the banks of the River Barle between Withypool and Tarr Steps to search for and pull the invasive Himalayan balsam. You can also use this opportunity to improve your identification skills of our native wildlife because we will be using the iNaturalist app to record other species along the way.
Have you seen any of these invasive species within Exmoor National Park?
If so we would like to hear from you. You can record your sightings on iNaturalist, using our online submission form or by letting us know by email or phone. If you would like to get involved in the ENNIS Project on iNaturalist please follow the link and join our project.
- Exmoor's Wildlife
- Exmoor - a year in sounds
- The Exmoor Landscape
- Towns and Villages
- Trees and Woodland
- Exmoor's Coast
- Exmoor's Rivers & Streams
- Porlock Marsh Vision
- Exmoor's Geology
- Wildlife Events
- Exmoor Non-Native Invasive Species (ENNIS) Project