Irish Wildlife Trust

Galway Branch of the Irish Wildlife Trust

Lenny Antonelli

The Galway branch of the Irish Wildlife Trust is dedicated to conserving and educating the public about Galway’s wildlife. We run monthly wildlife events in the area. ‘Like’ us to keep up to date with what we’re up to.
The IWT aims to conserve wildlife and the habitats they depend on throughout Ireland, while encouraging a greater understanding and appreciation of the natural world and the need to protect it.

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 like SAC Watch, carry out habitat and species surveys like the IWT National Lizard Survey, 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.
For more info or to get involved, email [email protected], or follow us at
This page was added on 07/11/2016.

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