Breeding Bird Surveyor

Location: Multiple , sites across Yorkshire
Do you enjoy listening to the array of tweets, whistles and warbles that make up bird songs and you could you tell the difference between a wren and a robin?

If you love birds, getting out into nature and exploring, then you will be perfect for the breeding bird surveyor opportunities we are currently recruiting.

Position details

Commitment

Any Day

Contact details

For more information about this opportunity please email volunteering@ywt.org.uk or call 01904 659570 and ask to speak to the Volunteering Development Team.

More Information

Breeding Bird Surveys monitor’s the status and trends of bird populations. The data collected informs maps of bird populations in particular areas but more importantly for Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is will help to inform to work that we may or may not do on our nature reserves.

You will be assisting with breeding bird surveys on Yorkshire Wildlife Trust reserves, to maintain accurate records of breeding birds on our reserves for future management.

If you are a keen bird enthusiast or if you’re just wanting to learn more about UK bird species and survey techniques, we would like to hear from you. This is a great way to enjoy nature, get some exercise and fill your lungs with fresh air.

We have a training day planned for new and existing surveyors on Sunday 17th March 2019 which will taking place in the Selby area.

To apply for this role please download an application form (found at the bottom of the page) and return it to volunteering@ywt.org.uk