Tame Force is a team of enthusiastic volunteers who want to help wildlife and people in the Tame Valley Wetlands area. Join our team to get involved in practical conservation throughout the Tame Valley Wetlands.
Throughout the Tame Valley Wetlands (east Birmingham, North Warwickshire, Staffordshire)
Tame Force work around the Tame Valley Wetlands NIA, taking part in a variety of practical conservation tasks and working to improve the local environment for wildlife and people.
Every Tuesday from 10:00am – 3:00pm
Ideally 1 day a week, but any help will be greatly appreciated!
Why We Want You:
We aim to create a wetland landscape, rich in wildlife and accessible to all, in the vicinity of the River Tame.
We need your help to improve habitat and access within the local area. We will hold up to 8 work parties a month to carry out essential work on various sites, conserving, enhancing and restoring natural heritage features. Tasks will include woodland, wetland and grassland management, removal of invasive non-native species, wildlife surveying, bird box making, access improvements and litter picking.
What’s In It For You:
Be part of a small, friendly team of like minded people and be involved with our projects
You’ll get a chance to enjoy some wild and beautiful places, learn more about the Tame Valley Wetlands and really get your hands dirty!
You will learn about wildlife conservation and habitat management and you’ll also have the opportunity to train in and share skills and techniques.
You will gain a valuable insight into the workings of several British conservation bodies and charities, including the RSPB and Warwickshire Wildlife Trust.
This is an excellent chance to make a genuine contribution to wildlife conservation and the local communities in the Tame Valley.
Free biscuits and tea/coffee!
The Skills/Talents You’ll Need:
Enthusiasm and an interest in conservation are essential. No specialist skills are required though a good level of fitness and a love of working outside (in all weather) is essential. You will need an up to date tetanus injection and to enjoy working as part of a team.
All the training necessary and background information will be provided.
For more information:
Contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 01675470917.