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Volunteering at Sculthorpe Moor

How You Can Help

Creating a Green Hazel Screen at Sculthorpe Moor
Conservation Volunteers creating a Green Hazel Screen at Sculthorpe Moor

Volunteer Conservation Assistants
There are many ways in which you can help whether you prefer to be indoors or outside, energetic or not too active or to be with people or mostly or on your own. All volunteers have one thing in common – all want to help develop the Reserve and protect our most precious wildlife.

If you have any existing knowledge or skills, you will be able to put them to good use. If not, we will provide you with all the training and information you need

Volunteer Wardens

  • Can commit to half a day or a full day once a week, fortnight or month.
  • Are based out on the reserve and in the hides.
  • Enjoy watching wildlife and recording what they see.
  • Enjoy talking to visitors.
  • Help with guided walks.
Sculthorpe Moor Vistor Centre Guides
Volunteer Visitors Centre Guide pointing out things of interest around the reserve to a visitor

Volunteer Visitor Centre Guides

  • Can commit to half a day or a full day once a week, fortnight or month.
  • Are based in our superb visitor centre.
  • Are interested in the natural and social history of Sculthorpe Moor and the work of the Hawk and Owl Trust.
  • Enjoy talking to people and directing them to the best places that day to see the wildlife.

Volunteer Education Assistants

  • Are contacted when their help is needed.
  • Are based in the visitor centre, out on the reserve or in one of the hides.
  • Enjoy talking to groups of children and/or adults.
  • Help with guided walks and events.

Volunteer Administration Assistants

  • Are contacted when there help is needed.
  • Could be based in the visitor office or at home.
  • Help with filing, word processing, photocopying etc.

Volunteer Special Events Assistants

  • Are contacted as an when their help is needed.
  • Can be based at the reserve or other venues where the Nature reserve is being promoted, For example at local shows
  • Are willing to take on a range of tasks, manning the information stand, helping with catering, selling raffle tickets etc.