Water Heritage Day on Sunday August 27th will provide an opportunity to celebrate water and what it means to us. There is so much to discover about water as it moves through catchments in rivers, lakes and underground on its journey from source to sea.
Something Fishy Going On – 27 August, 12pm – 4pm
- Inland Fisheries Ireland
- Glenveagh National Park beside restaurant at main car park
- Co. Donegal
“Something Fishy Going On” is an excellent opportunity to observe juvenile trout and salmon in an aquarium. Participants will have the opportunity to view a range of macroinvertebrates under microscopes.
Fisheries Officers will be available to discuss the life cycle of various fish species and environmental factors that affect their survival. Participants will be able to view a range of macroinvertebrates including mayflies, stoneflies and freshwater shrimp to name a few.
Admission & Booking
- Admission Free
Access & Parking
- Suitable for Children under 12
- Wheelchair Access (Full)
- Car Parking Available
- 086 8182948
- [email protected]
- For more water based events on Sunday see http://www.heritageweek.ie/news/water-heritage-day-sunday-27th-august