NEW Link for ‘Éire – Tír na naibhnahneacha’

Please note new amended Link for 'Éire - Tír na naibhnahneacha' ('Ireland - Land of Rivers'); this exciting Irish-language book is intended for the use of Gaelscoileanna and Irish-speaking communities.  A limited run of printed copies will be available shortly (watch...

‘Éire – Tír na naibhnahneacha!’ available online

Check out the new StreamScapes publication, ‘Éire - Tír na naibhnahneacha!’, at  Especially for Gaelscoileanna but also for general readership! (English-language edition available shortly). With thanks to Cork, Kerry, & Limerick County...

Citizen Science for Biodiversity Week

Would you like to learn more about Citizen Science?  Check out our Introductory Leaflet, produced with EPA Catchments (with images graciously contributed by NPWS) and launched for National Biodiversity Week 2020.   Leaflet available at: Citizen Science...

Borris Rivers Booklet Published

The wonderful Borris, County Carlow community have published their StreamScapes booklet 'The Rivers of Borris; From the Blackstairs to the Barrow', supported by StreamScapes and the Local Authorities Water Programme (LAWPRO). View it at:

Comment on EPA Water Q Report

The EPA’s just-published report, ‘Water Quality in Ireland 2013-2018’, reveals that the number of “pristine” Irish rivers has fallen from more than 500 in the 1980’s to just 20 last year. Read StreamScapes take on this at:

Cuan Baoi-Catchments of Bantry Bay

With Cork County Council we are engaging with local schools & community groups to explore the wonders of the Rivers that flow into Bantry Bay.  Check out the StreamScapes Cuan Baoi Book...

2019 Biodiversity Event #2

Drop by anytime on Sunday 26 May 2-6:00pm to the StreamSchool in Coomhola at P75 TY47 for Aquatic & Biodiversity wonders!

Biodiversity Week Engagement

StreamScapes, supported by DAHRRGA, NPWS, & IEN, produced 2 engagement activities in Glengarriff Nature Reserve over last weekend; on Saturday we looked at the 'Aquatic Biodiversity' of the Glengarriff River, and on Sunday we discussed the 'Terrestrial & Avian...