What we're looking for
We're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to inspire people about the amazing bottlenose dolphins seen in and around Aberdeen Harbour. The Dolphinwatch project aims to bring people closer to the wildlife on their doorstep, providing an enjoyable experience for all visitors and growing support for nature. This role asks volunteers to work flexibly, filling gaps in the rota when needed. We are also seeking a separate team of volunteers to join us on a more regular, weekly or bi-weekly basis. Please see our volunteering page or get in touch for details. You will help meet and greet visitors, show them how to use the telescopes and binoculars, interpret what they are seeing and enthuse them about nature and RSPB Scotland's conservation work. We want people who understand the importance of giving our visitors a great experience and can convey the importance of nature conservation to a wide audience. Support from RSPB membership underpins everything we achieve as a charity, helping us fund nature conservation work across the UK and speak up for threatened wildlife and wild places. It is therefore important that you can inspire people about our work and help us encourage them to become members.