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Volunteer Wildlife Surveyor

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Volunteers are sought to participate in biodiversity surveys, alongside Queen’s University Belfast, Master Student, James.

Biodiversity loss is widely regarded as a major problem facing the world, even rivalling the threat of climate change. Thus, it is more important than ever to record our local flora and fauna, therefore we are looking for a group of volunteers to help survey the wildlife and plants of the Ring of Gullion area. This would involve going out and surveying for specific species of plants or animals one or two days a week throughout the summer, with a minimum time commitment of 1 hour per survey session.

Anyone is welcome to join as we will have a range of surveying opportunities and training will be provided.

Potential animal groups for surveying are:

  • Mammals e.g. squirrels
  • Invertebrates e.g. dragonflies and butterflies
  • Birds e.g. song birds

Full training will be provided.

Find out more information about Volunteer Wildlife Surveyor


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Why have you decided to lend a hand?

Please indicate when you would be available to volunteer.
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How often would you like volunteer?

What experience/skills are you able to offer? (For example, professional/educational skills)?

Are there any skills that you would like to develop by volunteering with the Landscape Partnership?

What are you interested in?
Wildlife surveysWalks / Tour GuidingGeneral practical conservation workPhotographyAssisting at eventsOffice based workGathering information / survey work

Do you have any specific requirements that may require additional support or medical conditions / allergies that we should know about?

Volunteers Health Declaration – “I understand that being a volunteer may be physically demanding. I consider myself fit to undertake the tasks I have expressed an interest in and agree to inform the Ring of Gullion Landscape Partnership of any changes to my health. (required)”

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