top of page
Wild_Derrynane_Book_Cover.png

Hardback, 540 pagesillustrated in full colour with over 2000 images and 600+ species
 

Visual Natural History of the Skellig Coast - Hardback Book 

Purchase the book for delivery to your address... 

Cost €50.00 per book.

Prices exclude delivery (weight based) and related charges.

Screenshot 2020-09-23 at 19.32.09.png
Logo_apple-pay.png
Logo_cc.png
Logo_g-pay.png
"One of the most beautiful books I have ever come across".
Pat Kenny, Newstalk.

 With a foreward by Dr. Sylvia Earle
"Hyland has crafted a portrait of change, an urgent call for action and an inspiring message of hope that is relevant globally. And, he makes it personal."

Wild Derrynane - A Visual Natural History of the Greater Skellig Coast, Wild Atlantic Way, Co. Kerry, Ireland. 

Species guides - Over 640 species including...
Trees, Butterflies, Wild Flowers, Birds, Sea Birds, Moths, Marine and Freshwater life and Mammals.

guides_image-collage.png
Screen Shot 2018-12-13 at 13.35.12.png
Stockists

Co. Kerry
  1. Kenmare Bookshop - Kenmare
  2. Sneem Bookshop - Sneem
  3. Skellig Giftstore - Waterville
  4. Quirkes newsagents and Bookshop - Cahersiveen
  5. Polymath Bookshop, Tralee
  6. Lander's, Tralee
  7. Woulfe's, Listowel
  8. Eason's, Killarney
To stock the book, please enquire here

Shop

Illustrated prints

01_grey_frame_portico_wild-killarney.jpg

Wild Killarney

01_grey_frame_portico_Circle-fish-shellfish.jpg

Marine Fish & Shellfish
of Ireland

01_grey_frame_portico_wild-Skellig.jpg

Wild Skellig Michael

ecotelly_installation_kenmare.png

New Public Art Piece installed... 
ecoTELLY KENMARE
Bringing Kenmare Bay into town

Photographs reveal hidden light of Ireland's underwater marine life
Very little is known about the hidden light that emits from a select few of Ireland's underwater marine inshore flora and fauna. The phenomenon occurs when certain marine plants and animals that contain fluorescent proteins absorb, transfer and reemit light in a colourful display known as marine fluorescence... [read more]. Other animals produce their own light in a process called bioluminescence.