Project Volunteers

Warwickshire Wildlife Trust runs exciting projects across Warwickshire and Solihull from protecting water voles to recording the oral history of our reserves. You can get involved!

There will be opportunities coming up to get involved with a range of new projects and make a difference to wildlife in your area. 

Peregrine Watch Volunteers (Coventry or Leamington)

If you have a particular passion or birds of prey then this is an opportunity to share your passion with others. We need your help to enable local people to view Peregrines and learn more about them. You will be the friendly face representing the Trust and helping us to conserve our birds of prey.

The type of activities you will be involved with includes:

• We are looking for volunteers who want to organize and operate a small gazebo that invites people to use telescopes to view Peregrines from a distance
• Inputting into displays and other interpretation materials and media
• Engaging with visitors, and chatting about the benefits of supporting the Wildlife Trusts
• Promoting the wider benefits of membership

Interested? Please contact:

Philippa Truman, Membership Engagement Officer 

t: 024 7630 2912

e: Philippa Truman

Events Volunteer

Tame Valley Wetlands aims to create a wetland landscape, rich in wildlife and accessible to all, in the vicinity of the river Tame, between Castle Vale and Tamworth.

The type of activities you will be involved with includes:

We need dynamic individuals to help deliver an engaging programme of events, focussing on natural and traditional heritage skills. Events take place at various locations including Kingsbury Water Park, Cole End Park, Tamworth Castle Pleasure Grounds and RSPB Middleton Lakes. From willow sculptures to bushcraft and Tai Chi, the events aim to reconnect the local communities with local heritage and wild spaces.

You will help welcome the public, help with activities such as children’s crafts, set up and clear away materials and tables. You will be an ambassador for the Tame Valley Wetlands, chatting to people about the work we do and the wonderful places to visit in the area

You will be part of a small, friendly team of like minded people and be involved with a new and exciting project. 

Commitment: Minimum 1 day per month. Mostly weekends, evenings and school holiday weekends.

Interested? Find out more about this opportunity.

Or contact:

Rita Gries, TVW Community and Events Officer,

e: Rita Gries