Wales Biodiversity Partnership

Volunteering

Volunteers bring a broad range of new skills. Volunteers are ambassadors for nature and help to spread the word about nature’s special places.

You don't have to be a wildlife expert to be able to help - whatever skills you have to offer, or whatever aspect you are interested in, there is something to suit all! Through volunteering you'll meet lots of people, have great fun, and contribute to protecting our wildlife. For example, you can get yours hands dirty clearing bracken on a nature reserve, or assist with habitat and species surveys. If you're more comfortable indoors, you can help your host organisation enter data, write reports, raise funds or help with outreach work.

Volunteers at Cwm Ivy Meadow, part of the Carmarthen Meadows Project