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Limerick Snaps & Some Tasty Dinner

St. John’s Castle

Myself and a friend were walking along the riverside when we saw this photographer up ahead. He was totally engrossed in his work. 42 more words


Limerick's Wonderful Street Art And The Sunset

My friend Kevin walks ahead

An example of the fantastic art that decorates limerick city. I love living here!

The sky turned very pretty reflected beautifully off the river when the sun started going down.


The return of the eel

The European eel is currently staging a remarkable comeback, with record numbers of juvenile eels arriving to the European coast from the Sargasso Sea for the third consecutive year… 1,013 more words

River Shannon

Millions of glass eels in the Shannon estuary

Following on from the reports from the UK and other European countries that there are record numbers of glass eels arriving to European shores for the third year running, we can confirm what appears to be another massive run of glass eels has arrived into the Shannon estuary. 1,131 more words

Eel Management Plan

The River Shannon Project

What a cool project! Playwright and Limerick native Helena Enright is looking for people to talk to about the River Shannon and how it has figured into their lives.

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River Brosna Special Area of Study 2014


The River Brosna has a catchment area of 1,273km2 and is the 3rd largest tributary of the River Shannon. It rises in Lough Owel north of Mullingar and flows through Mullingar into Lough Ennell and south-west through the towns of Kilbeggan, Clara, and Ferbane to join the Shannon at Shannon harbour. 1,559 more words

Atlantic Salmon