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Monday 6 February 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Fish Kill

Last year
2022
# Investigation
Investigation as over 2,000 brown trout and Atlantic salmon found dead in Donegal river
Inland Fisheries said it is following a “definite line of inquiry”.
# Cavan
Investigation launched after 'significant' fish kill in Crover River
Inland Fisheries Ireland estimates that over 1,000 juvenile trout could have been killed in the incident.
# river rye
Over 500 brown trout die in fish kill in Kildare river
The River Rye is an important breeding ground for brown trout and Atlantic salmon.
All time
# Barnagrow Lake
Largest fish kill of the year linked to heat wave and algal bloom
Around 5,000 fish mortalities have been estimated.
# algal bloom
Investigation launched after hundreds of fish found dead in Cork river
It’s understood they died due to “a significant algal bloom”.
# scorching
The hottest 15 places in the world today are all in Australia as extreme heatwave rages on
Fruit is cooking from the inside out and wildlife is dying as temperatures continue to soar.
# River Tolka
Blocked sewer suspected to have caused 'major' fish kill along 5km stretch of river in north Dublin
A local councillor has called on Irish Water to explain how it will protect the river.
# carp
Concern after hundreds of fish die in The Lough in Cork
Around 450 of the 500-strong stock has died.
# Slurry
Over 1,200 dead fish found along important spawning river in Cork
Fisheries Ireland says a large discharge of raw slurry into the Owentaraglin River, a tributary of the Blackwater, is likely to have caused the fish kill.
# Fish Kill
Over 700 fish found dead in tributary of River Lee after sewage spillage
It took around six hours to clean the river after the incident on Saturday morning.
# river clodiagh
3,700 fish found dead in river after suspected chemical discharge
Inland Fisheries Ireland said it is following a definite line of enquiry but it will take years for the river to recover.
# Dublin
Company fined after detergent leak kills thousands of fish on the River Tolka
Alma Hygiene will have to pay almost €35,000.
# Limerick
"Catastrophic" - fish kill in Limerick river wipes out trout population
“Virtually nothing has been left alive,” say Inland Fisheries.
# Fish Kill
650 fish killed in Limerick slurry spill
Salmon and trout were killed in Kilmallock in Limerick.