Volunteers are amazing. They enhance our capacity and enable us to make a bigger and better impact for nature. The Species Recovery Volunteer Network is an exciting project to get more, and more diverse, people engaged in work to save our most threatened species. Volunteers carry out a wide variety of activities including bird-surveying, community engagement and nest protection, whilst working to provide a sustainable legacy for our most threatened species. The Network is already supporting the recovery of species in Eastern England, including little tern, stone curlew, and turtle dove. We are looking for an enthusiastic and organised individual with a passion for working with people to develop and deliver the Species Recovery Volunteer Network in NI. This is a really exciting opportuni

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