There are many different opportunities to get involved, whether you're looking for work experience, a new hobby, or are just keen to do something to help protect wildlife in your local area.
NEW: Dolebury Warren Reserve-based practical group
Our reserve-based volunteer groups meet regularly on key nature reserves and help us to deliver our management plans for conservation and wildlife. We are setting up a new group at the spectacular Dolebury Warren .
If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a volunteer on our My Wild Child project and support the Learning Development Officer to deliver wild play sessions for 2-4 year olds and their families.
Wild play sessions are delivered in three green spaces around Bristol and will include wildlife conservation activities, wild art, mini beast quests, wild songs, stories and more! We are looking for volunteers who can offer half a day per week - Wednesday afternoons 12.30-3, Thursday mornings 9.30-12 or Thursday afternoons 1-3pm. See attachment below for more information (bottom of the page). To register interest please contact Sara.email@example.com
Join one of our practical volunteer groups where physical exercise, fresh air and job satisfaction are guaranteed. Help protect the habitats of rare species, such as barn owls and water voles and get hands-on with managing ancient woodland and wildflower meadows.
Swap your computer for a spade for a day, work as a team and feel the benefits of being in the natural environment.
We offer volunteer placements positions from time to time. These aim to provide volunteers with work-based experience that can support career development, providing opportunities to take on more responsibility and learn new skills.
Grow Leader Project placement applications now open. Find out more here.
From time to time, we have office-based volunteering opportunities, from helping our finance team, to assisting the communications department.
Inspire people about wildlife through innovative learning programmes, health and wellbeing projects and the award winning Feed Bristol community food-growing hub, to enhance communities and enrich nature.
Support our membership recruiters on stands, providing simple and fun activities from badge making to mask making.
Meet like-minded people by joining or starting your very own local group. Organise events, fundraise or simply get together to share your interest in wildlife.
Do you know where House martins are nesting?
The British Trust for Ornithology are continuing to collect research to understand the state of UK house martin populations and are looking to the public to collect information about their nest sites. House Martins are in decline and this information will help to understand more about these enigmatic birds.
For more information see the information sheet below or go tothe website.