Woodland Trust Scotland recruiting for Ospreycam volunteers

Do you love ospreys and ancient Caledonian pine forest, have reasonable Broadband and have a few hours to spare each week? We are recruiting for Ospreycam researchers to pick the best bits of footage from our nest-cam at Loch Arkaig. These highlights will then be shared on our website and social media. There’s no need to be a raptor or digital editing expert – training will be given. Assuming the birds arrive (fingers crossed they are on their way from Senegal as I type!), this role will run from April to September. Feel free to share with friends and family that may be interested! To find out more and apply, click on this link: https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/get-involved/volunteer-with-us/opportunities/ospreycam-researcher/

 

Friends of Nevis – Work Party Volunteer

Volunteers help on monthly work parties, helping conserve Ben Nevis and Glen Nevis. These include footpath maintenance, tree planting, bracken control, litter picking and rhododendron removal. The work parties normally start at 9:30 am and finish by 4:30 pm. Tools and protective equipment (gloves, safety glasses) are provided as well as hot drinks.

Details can be obtained at: http://www.nevislandscape.co.uk/local/events

For further details, please contact Rory Stewart at info@friendsofnevis.co.uk or 01397 701088.

 

Caol in Bloom – Volunteer Helper

Planting and tidying flower beds.  Occasional litter picking. 10 volunteers required.  Hours are flexible approximately 1-2 hours per week.  No experience necessary, support and training would be ongoing.

Fort further details, please contact Donald Corbett at donaldcorbett@btinternet.com

 

RNLI (The Lifeboats) – Volunteer Store Collector

Our volunteers are on call 365 days a year to answer the call to help those in trouble on the sea and island waters. Can you spare 2 hours of your time to support out life-saving work by helping at a supermarket bag-pack on Sunday 23rd December?

For further details, please contact Anne Scott at Anne_Scott@rnli.org.uk or phone 07917 175459

Fort William Town Team – General Volunteer

Description of Volunteering Opportunity includes:

  • Gardening and litter picking
  • Attending 1 meeting per month
  • Help with Christmas gathering, organising entertainers and raffle prizes.

Commitment required for this Volunteering Opportunity is 2 hours a fortnight.

For further details, please contact Karen Dean at karen@fortwilliamtownteam.co.uk