Botanical Surveyor (RSPB Rainham Marshes)

We are looking for some botanically minded people to help us find, identify and map our plants!

Posted:
Monday 7 October 2019
Vacancy type:
Practical conservation, Surveying wildlife
Location:
Rainham Marshes Nature Reserve

What we're looking for

RSPB Rainham Marshes nature reserve is home to a number of regionally scarce plants and we are looking for botanically minded people who can help find and map the distribution of these important species across the marsh.

The skills you need

Good all round botanical knowledge, a keen eye, enthusiasm, the desire to get to places not serviced by paths or tracks.

Your time

Minimum:
One day a month - but this can be flexible!
Duration:
Spring, Summer and Autumn
Period:
Spring, Summer and Autumn

What's in it for you?

The chance to botanically explore somewhere new with the opportunity to help map and protect the scarcer species out there. The reserve is home to a wealth of like minded natural historians for you to also share your knowledge with.

How to apply

Contact

Jamie Smith, Rainham Marshes Nature Reserve
Tel: 01708 899840
Email: Jamie.Smith@rspb.org.uk

Notes

We'd reimburse you for any out of pocket travel expenses and of course provide you with ongoing support in your role. The RSPB works for a healthy environment rich in birds and wildlife. It relies on the support and generosity of volunteers to make a difference. The RSPB is the UK Partner of the global federation of conservations organisations, BirdLife International

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