‘StreamScapes Laune’ Project with Killorglin Tidy Towns & Kerry Co. Council

Oct 7, 2014

StreamScapes Laune’ is a pilot Aquatic & Biodiversity outreach project looking at the majestic River Laune which flows down from Killarney Lakes and the north side of Ireland’s highest mountains the MacGillicuddy Reeks.  The Project is being produced with Rosie Magee of the very proactive Killorglin Tidy Towns group supported by Mícheál Ó Coileáin and the Environment Section of Kerry County Council, and is an action arising out of the ‘Killorglin Biodiversity Action Plan 2014’ prepared by Wetland Surveys Ireland.

More information from: www.wetlandsurveysireland.com

Photo by Ann O’Sullivan showing a calm, tidal River Laune at Killorglin Bridge with the backdrop of Carrauntoohil, Ireland’s highest mountain.

Killorglin Bridge & Reeks Lo-Res