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Posted:
Thursday 31 October 2013
Vacancy type:
I've got less than an hour
Location:
Various locations

What we're looking for

There are many different steps you can take which can help save nature. These are things you can do that we hope you will find easy to fit into your lifestyle. By sharing our posts and retweeting our tweets you are passing on our stunning images of nature, sharing information and encouraging others to be inspired into action to give nature a home. You are sharing our passion and enjoyment of birds, wildlife and volunteering. This is fun, free and really easy.

The skills you need

You are invited to join us on Facebook: RSPB Volunteering RSPB Love Nature We would love you to follow us on twitter: @Natures_Voice You are welcome in our community: RSPB Community You don't need to be a bird expert or have loads of free time! You can help us save nature and make a valuable contribution to our goal of halting the loss of biodiversity by 2020.

Your time

Minimum:
up to 15 minutes
Duration:
Ongoing
Period:
All year round

What's in it for you?

If, like us, you love nature and want to help, then become our fan or follow us to find out how you and others can give nature a home, learn about wildlife, receive the latest news and get to see some awesome images. Not to mention finding out about other volunteering opportunities and reading about the fantastic contribution our team of volunteers make. Just a couple of clicks can do something that really counts.

How to apply

Contact

Volunteering Co-ordinator, Volunteering Development Department
Tel: 01767 680551
Email: Volunteers@rspb.org.uk

Notes

There are many different actions you can take as an individual that when combined with other people's actions make a massive impact in giving nature a home. These are things that are quick and easy that you can fit into your lifestyle. The RSPB is the country's largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home. Together with our partners, we protect threatened birds and wildlife so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again. We also play a leading role in a worldwide partnership of nature conservation organisations.

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