Meet Some Of The Amazing WRI Team

Who We Are, What We Do, Why We Do It!

Adrian Martinez

"After finishing my master's degree, I have decided to work in Ireland to develop and improve the skills learnt. I intend not only to care for injured or orphaned wild animals but also to help promote respect and love for nature and wild animals.”

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WRI Onsite Vet

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Emma Higgs

WRI Director/

Hospital Manager

 Aoife McPartlin

WRI Education & Media Manager

 

Viv

"My favourite thing about being an intern is that I get to do something extraordinary and learn a lot in the process"

WRI Intern

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Juliana

"I love watching the animals recover and interacting with enrichment while thier health improves"

WRI Intern

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"I love seeing the difference in animals each day, watching them grow and thrive before returning to their life in the wild."

WRI Intern

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Seán Byrne

"I love seeing the difference in animals each day, watching them grow and thrive before returning to their life in the wild."

Animal Care & Education Officer

Bethan

Marta

As a vet I’m often presented with wildlife cases. I decided to start coming for WRI in order to get more experience that is useful on my everyday basis work. The range of species treated at WRI is very vast and I enjoy every single shift there - you never know what you will be treating next!

WRI Vet Nurse Intern

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Fiona

I have always had a keen interest in wildlife veterinary, so it’s a pleasure to be involved with such an energetic and enthusiastic team at the wildlife hospital, where the animals get gold standard care

WRI Vet Nurse Intern

Interested in joining the team at the WRI Wildlife Hospital?