A member of the September 2008 BirdLife Malta Raptor Camp on a dawn patrol close to Buskett Forest, in southern Malta.

Wildlife Conservation Volunteering Abroad

If you want to take part in a conservation project and make a difference in another country, these are the roles for you.

About our opportunities abroad

From bird monitoring in Asia to installing artificial nests in Bulgaria or training birdwatchers in Africa, you're sure to have an adventure unlike any other.

To become a volunteer on any of these placements you must speak English and be older than 18.

Volunteering abroad, Uganda

"Volunteering for the RSPB's international department allows me to develop the skills I need to pursue a career in international conservation and experience life living and working in a foreign country. There is also the reward of knowing I am contributing to the fantastic work carried out by the BirdLife International partnership."

Jess Chappell, international developmental support volunteer, Romania