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  • Upcoming conference – International Martes Symposium

    8th November 2022

    VWT is delighted to be working with the Martes Working Group, Forestry and Land Scotland and Cairngorms Connect to organise the 8th International Martes Symposium. The symposium will be held in September Read More

  • The European Mustelid Colloquium is back!

    29th August 2022

    The 34th European Mustelid Colloquium will be held online this year from 14-16 September. We hope you can join us! Registration is now open. Visit the Colloquium’s Eventbrite page for ticket options. Read More

  • Lesser Horseshoe Bat Species Action Plan

    11th August 2022

    Read the full Lesser Horseshoe Bat Species Action Plan here.

  • Lesser Horseshoe Bat Conservation Project

    4th July 2022

    The Lesser Horseshoe Bat Conservation is an EIP (European Innovation Partnership) project. It a partnership between VWT and the Mulkear EIP in Co. Limerick. For further information visit The Lesser Horseshoe Bat Read More

  • Kerry International Dark Sky Reserve

    30th May 2022

    Kerry Dark Sky Tourism and the LIVE Project have partnered with John Flannery of the Irish Astronomical Society and special guests to present a monthly stargazing guide for residents and visitors to Read More

  • All-Ireland Pine Marten Symposium registration is live!

    11th March 2022

    Vincent Wildlife Trust and the National Parks and Wildlife Service are holding the 3rd All-Ireland Pine Marten Symposium bringing together advances in research, practical-conservation and citizen science. Where: Abbeyleix Manor Hotel, Co. Laois. Read More

  • Save the date!

    10th February 2022

    The 3rd All-Ireland Pine Marten Symposium will take place on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 April 2022 at the Abbeyleix Manor Hotel, County Laois. This will be a hybrid event with both virtual Read More

  • Atlas of Mammals in Ireland 2010-2015

    10th January 2022

    The first ever Atlas of Mammals in Ireland 2010-2015 is a landmark publication mapping Ireland’s terrestrial and marine mammals based on almost a quarter of a million records submitted by organisations, researchers, national Read More

  • VWT’s Newsletter for 2021 has been published

    6th January 2022

    This newsletter highlights the work of 2021 and celebrates the achievements for mammal conservation in Ireland and Britain during this year. Read more here Photo: ©Andrew McCarthy

  • Annual Report and Financial Statements – 31 December 2020

    14th September 2021

    VWT is pleased to publish its Annual Report for 2020. This report gives an overview of the past year’s highlights, its projects, its partners and its audited financial statements.