Would you like to learn new skills and help the environment? Why not volunteer with the Wildlife Trust?
The Wildlife Trust relys on the support of volunteers to help manage our nature reserves. You can join our Conservation Projects team on our regular volunteer days where we can offer you the chance to learn new skills, have a fun day out and gain valuable experience working with wildlife and other people.
Every year we undertake exciting new conservation projects and carry out regular conservation management tasks at sites which range from large nature reserves to the gardens of our education centres. You can join us for a one-off day out, or get more involved with a specific site or project where you can build up your knowledge and experience of working in nature conservation. There are also opportunities to help support our work with social and community groups.
If you’d like to find out more about any of the following regular activity days then please contact the appropriate member of the team. Please note that you will need to pre-book to join in:
• Tuesdays (fortnightly) – Practical conservation management at Moseley Bog & Joy’s Wood Nature Reserve in south Birmingham. Contact Francesca Jarvis-Rouse on email@example.com / 0121 454 1199 ext. 214.
• Tuesdays (weekly) – Working alongside our Greener Futures volunteers on a variety of gardening and conservation management projects based at our EcoPark education centre in Birmingham, but also at our other nature reserves and education centres. Contact Paul Stephenson on firstname.lastname@example.org / 0121 454 1199 ext. 207.
• Wednesdays (weekly) – Practical conservation management of Park Hall Nature Reserve in east Birmingham. Contact Chris Wishart on email@example.com / 0121 454 1199 ext. 213.
• Sundays (third of the month) – Practical conservation management at Moseley Bog & Joy’s Wood Nature Reserve in south Birmingham. Contact Francesca Jarvis-Rouse on firstname.lastname@example.org / 0121 454 1199 ext. 214.
There are also many opportunities to come along to our nature reserves and get involved with activities such as wildlife recording, children’s activity days and guided walks. Please see www.bbcwildlife.org.uk/whats-on for up up-to-date information.