GBW Volunteer Vacancies
We have a small team of volunteers who help in the Garden Ecology Team office, by opening post during the busy quarter end period or by stuffing the mailings that are sent out. These volunteers make a huge difference to our work. If you would like to find out more about how you might be able to contribute as a volunteer, please contact us at gbw [at] bto.org (subject: Please%20send%20me%20information%20on%20volunteer%20opportunities%20within%20the%20Garden%20Ecology%20Team%20) .
Around the regions:
Our Ambassador network is operated by volunteers, with the help and support of other Garden BirdWatchers. Volunteers help in the distribution of Garden BirdWatch literature (e.g. by keeping a library or visitor centre stocked with our advice leaflets), at events or in other ways. Please contact us at gbw [at] bto.org (subject: Please%20send%20me%20information%20on%20how%20I%20contribute%20to%20the%20GBW%20Ambassador%20Scheme.) for more information on how you can contribute to this important work.
Belfast's Unsung Seabird
Despite the human hustle and bustle, Belfast Lough is at the heart of Eider conservation in Ireland. BTO's Senior Research Ecologist Kat Booth-Jones dives into research focused on this charismatic seabird.