Do you want to protect wildlife and enhance habitats and eco systems?
Our volunteers are involved in practical conservation at our nature reserves, for example in woodland, grassland and pond management and in habitat creation.
We really welcome new volunteers to join our Reserves Team. Our sessions are very sociable with the opportunity to meet new people, have fun and enjoy the natural environment. Our volunteers get to help wildlife, learn new skills and boost their job prospects.
We hold regular volunteering days, special events and one-off sessions.
You can find out more about volunteering with us by downloading our Volunteer Handbook
You can read our Volunteering Policy HERE
Join us at Maes-y-Grug Nature Reserve near Mold Flintshire, volunteers meet between 10 am and 12 pm to carry out a variety of practical conservation tasks, from path work to woodland management to pond maintenance. All tools are provided and no experience is necessary.
Join us at our Buckley Reserves from 10.30 am - 12:30 pm. We run weekly sessions at the Knowle Hill and Lane End Nature Reserves, and occasional sessions at Spon Green Nature Reserve completing our suite of Buckley sites.
Join us at our Denbighshire reserves either Glascoed Nature Reserve, Llys Edmund Prys, St Asaph Business Park or Trefant Nature Reserve Ffordd Pen-y-Maes, Trefnant, for fun outdoor volunteer sessions, 10 am onwards.
Rhydymwyn nature reserve, 10.30 am-3.00 pm Weekly sessions at Rhydymwyn, Flintshire - a large and varied site; maintaining and improving ponds, grassland, scrub and woodland.
Join us at Johnstown every Friday from 10.30 am - 1.00 pm. We run weekly sessions across 3 nature reserves, maintaining and improving ponds, grassland, scrub and woodland.
All experience/ levels are welcome, whether you’re available for the whole day or a few hours, individually or in a group your help is greatly appreciated. For more information contact [email protected] or call 01978 757 524.