Lough Carra News and Events

May 27th 2015

A new page has been added to the Literature, Music and Arts section, in this new Music section you will find music and songs with reference to Lough Carra.

April 18th 2015

Michael Viney has written an article about the Lough Carra Book in the Irish Times. See Below:-
Click here to see the article

April 3rd 2015

On Tuesday 7 April at 7.30pm, Irish TV will be showing a programme on Lough Carra and the book as part of “Mayo Matters”. It can be viewed on Sky 191 or Freesat 400 or on-line at Irishtv.ie

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Diary of Archived News Items

See videos of the Lough Carra Book launch by clicking on the links below:
Irish TV Interview of Lough Carra Book launch - begins at minute 12
Video 1 of the Lough Carra Book launch at the Linenhall Arts Centre
Video 2 of the Lough Carra Book launch at the Linenhall Arts Centre
Video 3 of the Lough Carra Book launch at the Linenhall Arts Centre
Video 4 of the Lough Carra Book launch at the Linenhall Arts Centre
Video 5 of the Lough Carra Book launch at the Linenhall Arts Centre

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Lough Carra with rocks in foreground and trees in the background, blue sky and clouds which are reflected in the lake

Lough Carra

This website provides a wide variety of information on the ecology, biodiversity, conservation, history and archaeology of County Mayo's Lough Carra and its lakeshore habitats.There is a variety of topics available, ranging from non-technical information to copies of scientific publications, as well as images of the lake and its habitats and wildlife.

Lough Carra is the largest marl lake in Ireland and is part of the Great Western Lakes complex. It covers 1,560 hectares and is joined to Lough Mask by the Keel River. It has many islands and a ragged shoreline with a plethora of bays and promontories, all on a bedrock of limestone.

The information on this website has been collated from various sources and is provided in order to raise awareness and understanding of the value and importance of this beautiful lake, and to encourage enhanced protection of this valuable component of Ireland's heritage.

The website map gives a full list of all information included on the site, to access the information, select the title of interest.

Further information on these and other topics will be included as it becomes available.

Please contact us if you have anything that you think might be of interest.

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