CONSERVING AND PROTECTING WILDLIFE IN NORTH WALES INCLUDING BY OWNING AND/OR MANAGING NATURE RESERVES, EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES WITH CHILDREN AND ADULTS, AND GENERALLY PROMOTING AWARENESS OF WILDLIFE.... Read moreView all opportunities
]Practical and DIY, Green/Sustainable Development, Campaigning and Lobbying
Duties can vary depending on your interests, and may include survey work and engaging with visitors. This opportunity will allow volunteers to develop their bird ID skills in a beautiful setting. You can volunteer as often as you like. For more information contact Chris Wynne on 01248 351 541 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Training will be provided, and birdwatching experience is not necessarily required Bring: Appropriate footwear, waterproofs, packed lunch and drink, binoculars if you have them.
Premises type: Nature Reserve
Is this role flexible?
Min hours expected per week: 0 hours
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Volunteers will be carrying out the activities:
/ Alone/ In a group/ With other volunteers
Age requirements: 16+