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May
15
Sat
Biodiversity in the Coomhola River Catchment @ Bantry, Cork
May 15 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Biodiversity in the Coomhola River Catchment @ Bantry, Cork

Participants will go instream to sample aquatic macroinvertebrates, learn how to identify them, and how this census indicates local Water Quality. This will form the basis for ensuing dialogue on how these invertebrates interact with other species within the local Foodweb, and how our adoption of Best Practice in pursuit of livelihood, recreation, and domestic management may lessen anthropogenic impacts upon local Habitats & Species.

All of these free, familyfriendly events @ The StreamSchool, Coomhola, Bantry, Co. Cork P75 TY47(As numbers attending are restricted please book in advance on 027 50453 or at streamscapes1@gmail.com)

May
16
Sun
Blue Dot Catchments: Cradles of Biodiversity @ Bantry, Cork
May 16 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Blue Dot Catchments: Cradles of Biodiversity @ Bantry, Cork

The ‘Blue Dot’ initiative seeks to conserve remaining ‘HighStatus’ waterbodies throughout Ireland. As the Coomhola River has been classified ‘BlueDot’, we will look at what this means for the Catchment and how citizens may contribute to the Blue DotCatchment concept.

All of these free, familyfriendly events @ The StreamSchool, Coomhola, Bantry, Co. Cork P75 TY47(As numbers attending are restricted please book in advance on 027 50453 or at streamscapes1@gmail.com)

May
21
Fri
Introduction to the Citizen Science Stream Index w/ Dr. Simon Harrison (UCC) @ Bantry, Cork
May 21 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Introduction to the Citizen Science Stream Index w/ Dr. Simon Harrison (UCC) @ Bantry, Cork

This is an exciting time in the development of Citizen Science, making it fun and exciting to participate,as well as being able to fill gaps in State& Academiagenerated Biodiversity Data. The ‘Citizen Science Stream Index’, being developed by Dr. Simon Harrisonof UCC for nationwide rollout, is a new system of Aquatic Invertebrate census which it is hoped will augment Water Quality surveys by the EPA. Bring your wellies!

All of these free, familyfriendly events @ The StreamSchool, Coomhola, Bantry, Co. Cork P75 TY47(As numbers attending are restricted please book in advance on 027 50453 or at streamscapes1@gmail.com)

May
22
Sat
From Black Choughs to White-tailed Sea Eagles& Birds along the River @ Bantry, Cork
May 22 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
From Black Choughs to White-tailed Sea Eagles& Birds along the River @ Bantry, Cork

Whitetailed Sea Eagles nest in Glengarriff Harbour…on the Beara Peninsula there is a seashore Chough protected area…Buzzards have moved into the mountains of the upper Coomhola River Catchment: And lots of Birds are to be found along our local Rivers.Learn all about these matters with Stephanie O’Toole during the course of a streamside walk.

All of these free, familyfriendly events @ The StreamSchool, Coomhola, Bantry, Co. Cork P75 TY47(As numbers attending are restricted please book in advance on 027 50453 or at streamscapes1@gmail.com)

May
23
Sun
Launch of the ‘Salmon Sanctuaries’ Booklet @ Bantry, Cork
May 23 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Coomhola Salmon Trust have partnered with NASCO, LAWPRO, Cork & Kerry County Councils to develop this booklet dedicated to wild Atlantic Salmon. Thebooklet will be launched (with free copies distributed to participants) and the wonder & importance of wild salmon will be discussed.

All of these free, familyfriendly events @ The StreamSchool, Coomhola, Bantry, Co. Cork P75 TY47(As numbers attending are restricted please book in advance on 027 50453 or at streamscapes1@gmail.com)