Nature Conservation has interesting and rewarding opportunities for volunteers including:
On ground conservation activities such as planting, weeding and other environmental restoration activities. We support a range of friends of reserve groups operating in the area so can match you up with a group near you. To find out more about these groups and their activities visit the Join a Community or Friends Group.
Nature Conservation also runs on ground volunteer activities through its programs where you can get involved in planting to enhance ringtail possum habitat or restore the dunes at your local beach. An appropriate level of fitness for these outdoor activities is of course required.
Community members can participate in citizen science projects collecting data to help us conserve threatened species in our region. Projects include our western ringtail possum citizen science surveying and ringtail tally or the annual Birdlife WA Great Cocky Count. Participating volunteers are provided with training and equipment for these activities where needed.
Volunteers are also needed to work in our office assisting with member support, helping coordinate our programs, managing valuable citizen science programs, undertaking data management and helping out with events. So, if you have particular skills you would like to share get in touch.
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