Age 13-19? Become a Wildlife Ranger !


A local Wildlife Trust is looking for volunteers aged 13 to 19 to get involved in real practical conservation work. The work includes recording wildlife. Real skills will be taught that could improve your CV, and volunteers will work towards the nationally recognised John Muir Award.

The North Chilterns Chalk Wildlife Rangers are a small friendly group for all young people in South Bedfordshire.

This year there will be several opportunities to join in.

On Wednesday 1st June, there will be practical conservation work and a Butterfly Survey taking place in Houghton Regis Chalk Pit.

On Wednesday 17th August there is Hay Raking on the Hay Field at Blow's Downs. Meet on Half Moon Lane, Dunstable.

On Wednesday 24th August, there will be practical conservation work and a Wildlife Survey taking place at Houghton Regis Chalk Pit.

A further date will be arranged for October half term, probably to do with Gardens and Bats.

For more information, and to book, contact Wildlife Rangers, Education and Community Officer, Sarah Cowling. Email sarah.cowling@wildlifebcn.org
Facebook: wildlifebcn
Facebook: North Chilterns Facebook group


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