Ulster Wildlife Trust

The Ulster Trust for Nature Conservation was formed in 1978 by a group of naturalists who saw an urgent need to put wildlife protection on a firmer footing. Over 40 years later, their name and stature may have changed, but the motivation that inspired their founding members remains the same.

From the acquisition of their first nature reserve in 1979, they now care for 19 wildlife havens across the country home to many species under threat, thanks to the support of over 13,000 members and 100 volunteers.

Kaleidoscope Data Privacy Consultants Limited (KDPC IE) through our office in Dublin is the EEA Representative for the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for Ulster Wildlife Trust.

If you have a question about how your personal data is processed, please select an option from the menu on the left.

You will find details on how to contact Kaleidoscope Data Privacy Consultants Limited (KDPC IE) including a form to request a telephone call or submit your question online.

More information about Ulster Wildlife Trust data protection policies can be found by clicking here.

Contact details of our office in Dublin

Kaleidoscope Data Privacy Consultants Limited

The Black Church, St Mary’s Place, Dublin 7, D07 P4AX

+353 (0) 153 14430 (Note: calls are answered in English. If you are not comfortable with English, please fill out the contact form and we will call you and speak in the language of your choice through an interpreter.)

contact@kdpc.ie

www.kdpc.ie

 

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