Reserve Assistant Volunteer - RSPB Cors Ddyga

Posted:
Thursday 19 June 2003
Vacancy type:
Practical conservation
Location:
Cors Ddyga

What we're looking for

We require volunteer help with habitat management and reserve maintenance on the North Wales wetland reserves which include RSPB Valley Wetlands and RSPB Cors Ddyga on Anglesey and RSPB Morfa Dinlle on Gwynedd. Tasks include controlling invasive non-native plants, hay cutting, fencing, track maintenance and nest-box building. This can be muddy work, but is also very rewarding. We will be part of a cheerful team that meet weekly, and you get to work amongst some of the finest wildlife on Anglesey!

The skills you need

Enthusiasm and a good level of fitness essential! No special skills are needed although experience of surveying, habitat management & estate maintenance would be welcome. You will need an up-to-date tetanus injection and to enjoy working in a team.

Your time

Minimum:
Flexible - but 1 day per week desirable
Duration:
Ongoing
Period:
All year

What's in it for you?

To have fun working as part of the team of local volunteers and to learn more about the Anglesey reserves. This way you really get to see the reserves & their wildlife at first hand and get the chance to make a genuine contribution to wildlife conservation.

How to apply

Contact

Ian Hawkins, Cors Ddyga
Tel: 01248 421100
Email: Ian.Hawkins@rspb.org.uk

Notes

Appropriate training will be provided and expenses will be reimbursed where necessary. To find out more about our reserve The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. We rely upon memberships and donations to fund our work. By volunteering your time and skills, you could make a real difference to the work of the RSPB. Nature is amazing – help us keep it that way.

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