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Wildlife Crime

If you suspect that a wildlife crime is/has taken place you should report any suspicious illegal activity as soon as possible to An Garda Síochána or dial 999/112 if it is an emergency or anyone is in immediate danger. You can make a report by contacting your local NPWS Conservation Ranger below or by email to

National Parks & Wildlife Service
90 King Street North
Dublin 7
D07 N7CV

For General Queries:

Call: 01 888 2000


If you have a query or wish to make a report about activity in a particular area, please provide as much information as possible  about the location in the form of a townland name, site name, land Folio Number, map coordinates or eircode and the county and provide a phone number. All information received will be treated in strict confidence and will comply with GDPR legislation.

For Licences

To contact a member of staff in relation to licences, please email Please also see the Licences pages.

To contact someone in relation to the Cessation of Turf-cutting Compensation Scheme see Site Protection Unit.

For information on individual business units of NPWS, see the About NPWS page.

NPWS has a regional management structure comprised of nine divisions. Click on the links below for contact information:

NPWS Divisions
Division Areas Covered

Mid-South Division

Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford & East Cork

Mid-West Division

Clare, Aran Islands, Mid & East Galway

North Eastern Division

Kildare, North & East Offaly,  Dublin, Meath & Louth

North Midlands Division

Monaghan, Cavan, Leitrim, Longford, Roscommon, Westmeath

Northern Division

Donegal, Sligo & Glenveagh National Park

South Eastern Division

Laois, Kilkenny, West & South Offaly, Wider Wicklow Region, Wicklow Mountains National Park, Carlow & Wexford

Killarney National Park

Killarney House & Killarney National Park

South West Division

Kerry & Cork (Excluding East Cork)

Western Division

Wild Nephin National Park, Ballycroy Visitor Centre, Mayo & West Galway


​Regional contact information is also available for download in PDF format.

You can also contact our National Parks and Reserves directly.