When We Need You
From 12/10/2006 onwards
Volunteers with Irvine Scottish Wildlife Trust can work within the beautiful and tranquil surroundings of our reserves on a wide variety of interesting and challenging projects. Learning new skills in everything from wildlife identification and surveying to conservation management, while also gaining health benefits from working and being outdoors. Volunteering can involve working as part of a large group or a small team and allows recruits to meet new friends from the local area with similar interests. Volunteers are able to specify the hours they can work giving them flexibility while the SWT gains enthusiastic volunteers for completing projects and jobs as well as extra eyes to observe for wildlife or changes in management. Volunteering with the Scottish Wildlife Trust is for the wildlife enthusiast, outdoor lover and adventurous and in return they can expect a challenge, good company and opportunities to travel and broaden their skills and experience.
About Scottish Wildlife Trust
Conservation, data collection, protection of wildlife, maintaining reserves in region, volunteer activities range from tree planting to fundraising.
Skills & Experience
Volunteering with the Scottish Wildlife Trust is for the wildlife enthusiast, outdoor lover and adventurous.
The Irvine Scottish Wildlife Trust office manages 9 wildlife reserves spread around Irvine and out to Kilwinning and it is these that the volunteers would primarily be working upon. There are a further 8 reserves around Ayrshire.
Application Form, Informal Chat, Police Check
Training and Induction Details
Volunteer wardens often work closely with the wildlife ranger where they are able to gain training gather tips and information.
No Wheelchair Access
No Disabled Toilet
Frequency & Commitment
No minimum commitment required.
No minimum age has been specified for this opportunity
Opportunity Provided By
Unit 6/7, Kyle Business Park
Contact: Brian Dawkins
Tel: 01290 279376