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A volunteer’s tale! - at Titchwell's Cafe
A volunteer’s tale! My name is Rosie, and for some years I’ve been one of Titchwell’s volunteers. Titchwell Reserve which is the toast Of Birders to the Norfolk coast. So visit us, do come and see us ladies in the servery. We’re all a very friendly bunch...
23 May 2013
Volunteering on RSPB Reserve Cafes - THE exciting place to volunteer if you love good food and Nature!
Don't fancy volunteering outdoors? There are plenty of roles for volunteers to help out in RSPB reserve cafes. We have reserves throughout the UK and we are always in need of extra help… in roles that you might not immediately associate with volunteering for the RSPB! There is always a...
1 May 2013
Volunteers, an essential element of Date with Nature
Love is in the air! What would be your ideal date with nature? Dates with Nature are a great opportunity for the RSPB to connect people with nature, where they live, work and play. From glimpses of basking sharks in Cornwall to puffins on Shetland there are events across the whole of the UK. The ever...
1 Feb 2013
Are you thinking about a reserve based career in conservation?
So you want to get involved but don’t have the experience? Well look no further volunteer internships are the solution! There are practical placements and placements involving our visitor and education work. 99% of previous Residential Volunteer Interns have gone to employment in the conservation...
4 Dec 2012
Tropical Forests - Getting involved internationally with the RSPB
Tropical forests are home to 6 million species, including some of the world's most enigmatic and endangered wildlife. They provide food, water and medicines, and act as carbon stores to help in the fight against climate change. But tropical forests are in trouble. Every four seconds an area the...
1 Jun 2012
Volunteers' get stuck in with the Magic Minsmere Makeover
This week we are going mad for the new Minsmere visitor Centre.... I caught up with Louise Gregory, Volunteer Development Officer at Minsmere to find out more...... Hi Louise, I hear that a lot has been happening at Minsmere... We’ve been very busy over the last 6-months, having just completed...
21 May 2012
Grasping the nettle – for corncrake conservation (Work Party No 2)
RSPB volunteers gather nettles for corncrake conservation written by Patsy Harbinson - Volunteer and Farmer Alliance Project Officer What a day we had in Glenariff last Friday on the second of our stepping up for corncrake nettle gathering work parties! As I drove with a carful of volunteers through...
7 Feb 2012
What will you be doing.....
Kate and Jane
When Springtime comes around? It seems strange to be talking about March already but here in the Residential Volunteering Office the preparation has begun for the latest round of recruits for the Residential Volunteering Internship programme. All around the country our fantastic Volunteering Development...
8 Dec 2011
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