The Three Trout Stream, associated river corridor and adjoining lands are the most important area of natural habitat remaining in the Delgany/Greystones area.Faith Wilson, BSc CEnv MCIEEM, 2021 Greystones Biodiversity Report and Action Plan
The best way to understand the importance of the local area’s most significant source of biodiversity, the Three Trouts River (aka Three Trouts Stream), is to read our recently commissioned Biodiversity Report, written by biodiversity expert and ecological consultant, Faith Wilson. Skip to pages 30 and 79 for the sections specific to the river.
The Three Trout Stream, associated river corridor and adjoining lands are the most important area of natural habitat remaining in the Delgany/Greystones area.
You can also read the related Delgany Tidy Towns 2019 report on the stream here.
If you want to help us monitor water quality along the Three Trout Stream and any other local waterway please read on about joining our WaterWatch group.
Other useful resources:
Search your local streams and catchments: https://www.catchments.ie/
Find your local water authority rep: https://lawaters.ie/team/communities-team/
Ways to get engaged in citizen science around our water qualilty.
Biosecurity of our waterways – to prevent the spread of pathogens and invasives from one waterway to the next. https://www.fisheriesireland.ie/what-we-do/research/research-theme-biosecurity or https://invasivespeciesireland.com/biosecurity-resources/
Enter your citizen science findings and data online to share them publicly with the scientific and public policy community. https://biodiversityireland.ie/