Volunteering with RSPB 2016
Location: Loch Lomond and elsewhere
The RSPB is very keen for some helpful hands, especially at one of their new reserves at Loch Lomond. A new hub will be opening in April 2016 and from tree planting and ditch digging to guided walks and fundraising, there really is something for everyone. Transport can be arranged from Balloch Train Station. It’s a really rewarding experience so if you’re interested, please contact Emma Wilcock at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01389 830 670
RSPB Training Courses 2016
Location: Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Baron’s Haugh
The RSPB are running a exciting range of ID training courses in their Field Station Events programme this year! Their first events are winter tree ID in Kelvingrove and then a tracking workshop with Barons Haugh! Contact email@example.com to book onto the courses and see further details of each course on the links below!
Volunteer, Bumblebee Conservation Trust
Volunteers are vital to our work at the Bumblebee Conservation Trust.
With your help we can spread our message about the importance of bumblebees and how to help their survival to everyone across the UK. It doesn’t matter how much you already know about bees because there are opportunities to learn and we have roles to suit every level of expertise. By volunteering for the Bumblebee Conservation Trust you would also be making a positive contribution to the conservation of bumblebees, wildflowers and the many other parts of our natural world that depend on bees.
More information: http://bumblebeeconservation.org/get-involved/volunteering/
The Sea Watch Foundation is looking to recruit enthusiastic individuals with a keen interest in Welsh whales, dolphins and porpoises to become part of the Welsh Sea Watchers project.
The Welsh Sea Watches Project is a new initiative with the aim to develop a network of reliable volunteers throughout Wales to assist in data collection and further understanding and public awareness of the amazing cetacean species that can be seen off Welsh coasts.
Volunteers will be able take part in a variety of tasks and gain experience in cetacean surveying and species identification, as well as public awareness work and social networking.
More information: http://www.seawatchfoundation.org.uk/welsh-sea-watchers-project/