Nature Preservation

Delphi Nature Preservation

Our commitment to nature and the environment

The bog lands, mountains, rivers and lakes of the Delphi Estate are listed as a European Special Area of Conservation. This rugged and unspoilt landscape, on the edge of the Atlantic ocean is home to a wide and diverse range of plants, animals, birds and migratory fish. It is an old landscape, the Caledonian Mountains show every bit of their age and the valleys and gorges, carved by glaciers and rivers are witness to the immense forces of nature when time simply doesn’t matter.

At Delphi Lodge we embrace the responsibility to protect and maintain this environment as nature intended. To safeguard the pristine streams, rivers and lakes of the Delphi Valley and watch over the rugged, but fragile soils of the bog lands, hills and mountains. This environment has been enjoyed by many from past generations and as current custodians we relish the task to ensure it is protected and safeguarded, so that many generations to come can enjoy nature unspoilt in this beautiful part of Ireland.

 

16/09/2017

36 for August and September Rolls On

We ended up with thirty six fish for August here at Delphi which wasn’t too bad, but we would have hoped for better given the number of fish in the system and conditions that were for the most […]

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26/08/2017

Fifteen since Last Update

As is often the case with August there are plenty of salmon in the system but they become more challenging from an angling perspective. Conditions have been good with plenty of water and levels rarely fell below 40 […]

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12/08/2017

73 for July

July this year saw a further improvement on June with 73 fish landed for the month as opposed to 55 in June. It was also a vast improvement on last year, with good numbers of fish running throughout […]

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