You can volunteer for us in hundreds of ways. Explore these pages to find an opportunity which suits you.

These pages should help to show you what volunteering is really like. Whatever you decide to do, you'll be helping our work for wildlife and the environment.

Latest opportunities

569 Volunteering opportunities. Updated daily

Picks of the week

Visitor Experience Support Volunteer, Leighton Moss

Ongoing
Leighton Moss and Morecambe Bay
One day per week
Office and administration

Welcome Volunteer, Fairburn Ings

ongoing
Fairburn Ings
one day a week
Helping visitors at our reserves

Communications Assistant / Admin Support

Ongoing
UKHQ RSPB Headquarters
Around 15 hours per week
Office and administration, Publicity and promotional

Coffee Shop Assistant Volunteer - RSPB Conwy

Ongoing
Conwy
One day or half a day per week.
Helping visitors at our reserves

Visitor Centre Welcome Volunteer - RSPB Conwy

ongoing
Conwy
1/2 to 1 day per week, including weekends
Helping visitors at our reserves

Wildlife Explorer Group Assistant Leader - Lakenheath Fen Kingfishers

Ongoing
Lakenheath Fen
Up to 12 meetings a year, 3-4 hours per month
Inspiring young people, Community groups

Fundrasing Officer - Norwich Local Group

Ongoing
Eastern England Regional Office
6 hours per month
Publicity and promotional, Volunteering at home, Community groups

Residential Volunteer - Long Term Placement - Portmore Lough

From mid-September 2018
Portmore Lough
6 months
Residential volunteering

Can't find a role that suits you?

Volunteer at the Rathlin West Light Seabird Centre

If you can find what you're looking for, please get in contact with us.

It was through volunteering with the RSPB that I gained the confidence to write about wildlife for my church magazine. You see, I have learned so much – everyone is approachable and keen to share their knowledge with you.

Helen Long, office-based volunteer

What's it like to volunteer for the RSPB?

Hilary Brooker-Carey is a volunteer warden for Coquet Island and keeps an eye on the island to protect the seabirds, especially the roseate terns, Britain's rarest breeding seabird.

Hilary Brooker-Carey is a volunteer warden for Coquet Island and keeps an eye on the island to protect the seabirds, especially the roseate terns, Britain's rarest breeding seabird.

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