IWT is a conservation charity committed to raising awareness of Ireland’s rich natural heritage and protecting it for future generations.
The Irish Wildlife Trust was founded in 1979 as a charitable conservation body. We provide the public with information about wildlife, run education and training programs, carry out habitat and species surveys, campaign and lobby around biodiversity issues, restore natural habitats, consult with industry, agriculture and Local Authorities to maintain our natural heritage and contribute to national and international forums for the protection of biodiversity.
The IWT is a nationwide organisation with a strong membership base, staff and Board of Directors, with branches in Dublin, Limerick, Waterford, Louth/Monaghan and Cork.
IWT Badger Campaign: This is aimed at alleviating the plight of the badger, which since the 1970′s has been roundly blamed for contributing to the spread of bovine tuberculosis, an issue which continues to this day. To see our press releases and more click here.
For Teachers: The Irish Wildlife Trust believes that learning is an adventure and to help children discover their world, we have developed some exciting adventures for schools. For more information, click here.
Visit our website to find out about numerous projects we currently have underway.
To become a member or donate, click here!
8 Cabra Road, Phibsborough, Dublin, D07 T1W2
Telephone: (+353) 01-4457259
Send your wildlife queries, photos, drawings or stories to firstname.lastname@example.org