19th January 2017
Are you looking for something fun and worthwhile to do with your free time? Do you have or are you looking to gain some experience in environmental education? If so, then apply for a voluntary position as a Wildlife Watch leader at Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre. Group meetings are on the first Saturday of every month from 10:30-12:30.
If you are interested, please contact Clare Toner for more details and information on how to apply.
Clare Toner, Falkirk Ranger, Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, Grangemouth. FK9 4NU.
01324 486 475
Hello! I'm Peter, and I'm the Volunteer Development Officer for the Trust. We hope you find these pages easy to use. If you're still unsure about something, you might want to check out our FAQs.
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Being a Wildlife Watch Leader is inspirational. The children are so enthusiastic about everything we do.
It’s a great opportunity to do something positive with retirement. I like the flexibility of turning up when I can.
A tree can’t say 'don’t cut me down'. I feel like I am helping to provide a 'voice' for wildlife and habitats.
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