Research and Monitoring Volunteer
For more information and to express an interest, contact us at email@example.com
*Please note: all wildlife monitoring activities are currently on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic.*
Get involved in our wildlife monitoring programmes and help gather data on a variety of species and habitats. The results of these surveys help us with practical reserve management.
Opportunities come up across all three counties, and sometimes involve working remotely assessing or collating data.
- Bat call surveys
- Grassland assessment
- Aquatic insect surveys
- Fixed point photography
- Dormouse nest box monitoring
- Breeding bird survey
- And many more...
Previous experience of surveying is useful but not essential for most surveys. All you need is the enthusiasm to come out regularly and the drive to learn more about our wonderful local wildlife.
Research and Monitoring news and blogs..
Meet the Volunteer - Jake Stone
Jake Stone, Placement Intern, tells us about his background and his current intern role in the Monitoring and Research Team at The…
MammalWeb – trapping and spotting wildlife across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire
Rosalind Johnston, NBRC Manager, tells us about MammalWeb and how you can get involved
Butterflies and climate conditions
Matt Hayes, research assistant at the Cambridge Museum of Zoology, has worked with the Zoology Department's Insect Ecology Research…