Ulster Wildlife is dedicated to encouraging children and young people of all ages to nurture a love and understanding of nature, here on our doorstep in Northern Ireland.

Every year, our fully trained staff engage with thousands of young people, through a variety of different ways:  

No one will protect what they don't care about, and no one will care about what they have never experienced. 

Sir David Attenborough, President Emeritus, The Wildlife Trusts

  • Wildlife Watch: our leading kids' nature club. Children and young people can become members or join one of our local Wildlife Watch Groups. 

  • ParkLife education programme: a partnership project with Belfast City Council to help children and their families explore nature in Belfast's parks through monthly Saturday Clubs, school visits and events.


No current vacancies.

Why not check out our volunteering pages for details of voluntary opportunities at the Trust.


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Beach Clean, Kilroot, Belfast Lough

Wednesday 5th April 2017,
1.15pm - 4.15pm

Venue: Pre-registered participants meet at the gates of Kilroot AES Power Station

Join Ulster Wildlife and AES, Kilroot for a big clean up at Kilroot beach. To date we've removed 240 bags of marine litter from this beach... can you help us finish the job? We'll be joining the Green Team from Kilroot AES Power Station to make a big push to finally clear this beautiful shoreline of marine litter. Admission will be via Kilroot Power Station so you must pre-register with us for security purposes.

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