The RPSB have lots of exciting opportunities for you to get involved with over the upcoming months!!
If you just fancy boosting your knowledge and gaining some skills, then why not go along to one of the great ID training courses being run by the RSPB this year? There’s everything from tree identification, photography workshops and learning all about bats and bees!
Their first events are winter tree ID in Kelvingrove and then a tracking workshop with Barons Haugh in March! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book onto the courses and see further details of all the RSPB events on the links below!
Alternatively, if you’re feeling a bit more dedicated then why not apply for an RSPB volunteer position and gain some great experience, skills and the opportunity to work with a group of like-minded people?
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 email@example.com or call 01389 830 670
For more info on other opportunites see our Jobs & Volunteering page – we will hopefully be posting more opportunities on there soon! Watch this space!