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Wildlife First Aid Information

‘Irish Wildlife Matters’ was created to address the lack of easily
accessible information on Irish wildlife rescue and first aid.

Irish Wildlife Matters aims:

  • To give useful and easy to follow information and instruction to members of the public who find a wildlife casualty

  • To provide detailed information to the rehabilitator who will take responsibility for long term rehabilitation of the casualty

  • To provide a reference tool for veterinary surgeons for the treatment of wildlife casualties




** Found a casualty and need help? Click HERE **

 

WRI offer accredited training courses in Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation
click HERE for details

** For All Autumn 2016 Wildlife Courses click HERE **

 

DOES IT NEED TO BE RESCUED?

 Yes

If you see an animal/bird with obvious injuries or that is cold and limp, it needs to be rescued

  No

Young animals/birds that are seen away from their parents are not necessarily in  trouble, especially if they are warm and appear active, healthy, and alert

 

 

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Email: info@irishwildlifematters.ie

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