Ulster Wildlife was founded by volunteers in 1978 and volunteering has been essential to the organisation ever since.
What can you do for nature?
Volunteering with us is a great way to make a difference to nature on your doorstep. Lots of people are already doing their bit, volunteering on nature reserves, at events, in the office – there are lots of other ways that you can contribute your time and skills.
No matter what you decide to do, you’ll meet new people, learn new skills, have lots of fun and help to secure a healthy future for wildlife across Northern Ireland.
Volunteering with Ulster Wildlife not only helps us to get much more valuable work done, but it gives volunteers the opportunity to gain experience, meet new people, learn new skills and have some fun! Read our volunteer case studies to find out more.
Whether you want to get stuck in on our nature reserves, support our education work, work with us at public events or help out in our office, we’ll find something to suit you.
No matter what you decide to do, you’ll meet new people, learn new skills, have lots of fun and help secure a healthy future for wildlife across Northern Ireland. Find out what volunteering opportunities are currently available.
If you would like further general information about volunteering with Ulster Wildlife see our volunteering FAQs. And remember, if one of these specific opportunities doesn’t suit you but you think that you have skills to offer us then please get in touch and tell us about your interests/skills.
If you are interested in volunteering through the European Voluntary Service (EVS) programme, you can click here for more info and to read some EVS volunteers stories, or visit the European youth Portal for volunteering opportunities.