The Fallow Deer are quite common in Ireland and are not thought to be endangered or threatened. They are classed as 'least concern' by wildlife conservationists.
They are one of the five species of deer which can be found in Ireland. The other four are; the Red Deer, Muntjac, Sika deer and the now extinct Roe Deer. The Roe Deer might be extinct in Ireland, but it is still a very common type of deer around the British Isles.
Feral goats can often be found in the most unsuitable and far reaching places. Places such as cliffs and mountains. They are very good at going uphill, and grounding on these unsuitable places.
They are also known as white hares, or snow hares. This is because they change their colours in the winter from brown to white.
The Irish Stoat prefers places such as forests and other places where they can seek shelter. Which means that they are quite versatile and can be found in farmland, to coastland.
The Irish Stoat is not thought to be endangered, and can be found right throughout Ireland. Especially places where there are rabbits.
Foxes can be found everywhere and anywhere. They are not that choosy in their habitats.
Sadly the two Ireland's still legalize Fox hunting. Although Fox hunting has been banned for a decade now in England, Scotland and Wales, the horrible practice is still legal in Northern Ireland and in the Republic of Ireland. Ireland has around 40 registered Fox hunting groups. It isn't the only country which this is legal today, it is also legal in; Australia, India, and many European countries, it is also legal in the US.