Guide in the Hide

We want everyone in the UK to be able to access wetlands that provide amazing experiences and inspire support for conservation.

It is a great feeling showing a visitor a bird they’ve not seen before or helping them to tell the difference between 2 species they’ve been struggling on for ages.  That spark of enthusiasm can make such a difference.

Volunteers play a crucial role in saving wetlands for wildlife and people.

This role involves:

  • Being welcoming in the discovery hide and bird Observatory helping point out to the visitors what wildlife they can see
  • Surveying the marsh harriers and avocets during the breeding season
  • Walking around the other hides birding and talking to visitors.
  • Updating the sightings board and letting the information desk team know about any exciting sightings.
  • Keeping the hides clean by litter picking and sweeping

This role will suit you if:

You love birding and sharing your enthusiasm with others

How to Apply

Please follow this link for details on how to apply

Please mention ConservationJobs.co.uk when applying for this job!

Attachments

Pdf Guide in the Hide – Martin Mere  

Key Information

Organisation:

WWT Martin Mere

Duration:

Permanent

Hours:

Part Time

Level:

Entry Level

Sectors:

Biodiversity, Biology, Climate Change, Communication, Conservation, Countryside & Land Management, Ecology, Education, Environment, Marine Conservation, Nature & Wildlife, Sustainability

Location:

North Weat, United Kingdom

Application Deadline:

Not specified, apply soon.

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