ARC owns and manages over 80 reserves across the country. Volunteering is a fantastic way to meet like-minded people, get out and about in the great outdoors and get some exercise - all whilst knowing you're doing something invaluable for local wildlife.
There are a number of opportunities to volunteer for Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, on our nature reserves and through our regional projects and field teams. Find out more via the links below. Task and survey coordinators are contacting volunteers to provide more information about specific activities.
If you have any questions please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions below and contact one of our friendly volunteer co-ordinators to find out about upcoming tasks:
DORSET education and events: Owain Masterst: 01202 727 994m: 07388 948 442e: [email protected]
DORSET: Richard Sharp t: 01202 727 983 m: 07810 770 565 e: [email protected]
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NORTH WALES: Mandy Cartwright m: 07810 184 508e: [email protected]
SURREY: Fiona Haynes:m: 07387 261217e: [email protected]
If you come along to one of our practical conservation tasks please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear (e.g. sturdy boots/waterproofs) and bring a packed lunch. We will provide tools, personal protection equipment (PPE) and refreshments.
Please complete this form if you are a new volunteer or if you would like to update your contact information and communication preferences
The National Amphibian and Reptile Monitoring Programme is ARC’s flagship portfolio of surveys and projects. This includes the National Amphibian Survey, National Reptile Survey and species specific surveys.
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