Unfortunately all volunteering is currently on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Our volunteers are vital to us and we really value any time you are able to offer. If you are interested in volunteering in the future, please do explore our opportunities and find out a bit more about what we do, below.
In this time of social isolation and quarantine, we are working hard to keep people informed and in touch with the nature close to them.
We have over 1,000 volunteers helping wildlife
Volunteering with us means joining a network of like-minded people helping to protect wildlife in Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire and ensure a Wilder Future for all of us.
Whether you can spare a few hours or a full day, volunteering is a chance to make a real difference to local wildlife, while learning useful skills, making new friends and increasing your knowledge of wildlife conservation. The time you give makes a huge difference.
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Our Voluntary Officer (VO) placements are aimed at people looking for an in-depth introduction to conservation.
Placements are offered for up to a year in our Reserves and Wider Countryside Teams (and occasionally in other teams). The placements are designed to offer valuable hands-on experience in practical skills and related office work through volunteering in our teams across the three counties.
There is the opportunity to attend any in-house training and externally certificated courses that are essential to your volunteering role, such as first aid, brushcutter and chainsaw operation. A high percentage of VOs have gone on to jobs in the conservation sector.