Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland
10 High Meadows
Station Road
Duleek
Co Meath

Not-For-Profit Information

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland was established to to support, extend and improve wildlife rehabilitation resources in Ireland; promote  awareness and education about Irish wildlife for the general public and for professionals working in this and adjacent fields;  take any other action that will improve wildlife welfare and conservation in Ireland.

Our most challenging and exciting project at present is to build Ireland's first Wildlife Rehabilitation & Teaching Hospital. The aim of which is to save the lives of thousands of injured wild animals, whilst promoting public respect and love for nature, & providing educational opportunities and therapeutic benefits to people who visit and work at the wildlife hospital.

 

Number of paid employees: 
0 employees
Current board size: 
8
Annual turnover: 
€0 - €50,000
Not-for-Profit focus: 
Animal Welfare, Environment Sustainability

Location

Office Address

10 High Meadows
Station Road
Duleek
Co Meath