We envision a world where people recognise both the intrinsic value of wildlife and that protecting biodiversity is fundamental to life on earth

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland aims:

    • Provide educational and training opportunities
    • Rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife
    • Establish a Wildlife Rehabilitation & Teaching Hospital
    • Facilitate wildlife monitoring and research
    • Offer assistance to wildlife rehabilitators
    • Identify and reduce threats to wildlife

Upcoming Events

👉 Book your place now to avoid disappointment! These unique events cater to wildlife enthusiasts, veterinary professionals, and anyone who wants to learn more about wildlife rehabilitation and conservation.

PAW Ireland App

Wildlife crime needs to stop. Wild animals need our protection. WRI is a member of the Partnership for action against wildlife crime (PAW Ireland) PAW Ireland brings together statutory agencies, non-statutory agencies and interested parties with the common goal of combating wildlife crime through publicity, education and campaigning.

Wildlife crime is any act that contravenes current legislation governing the protection of wild animals and plants. It can involve anything from poisoning an eagle to damaging the environment on which wildlife depend.
If you witness suspicious activity, you can report it by scanning the appropriate QR code below or by using contact details on Wildlife Crime Ireland.

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Support Wild Wardrobe

Wild Wardrobe is Ireland’s first and only non-profit in aid of native Irish wildlife. Pre-loved items are carefully combined into beautiful outfits and are visible in daily Facebook and Instagram posts. Wild Wardrobe is located in Cavan town but offers nationwide postage through An Post. Donations of unwanted items are greatly appreciated, various drop-off points are available, more info on request by messaging either of the social media pages above or by emailing wwnonprofit@gmail.com

Wild Wardrobe is also your first point of contact for advice if you come across a wild animal in need, in Cavan and surrounding counties.

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Wildlife Hospital
WRI’s project to build Ireland’s first Wildlife Rehabilitation & Teaching Hospital and Nature Education Centre

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