frequently asked questions
here you will find all the answers to you questions about wildlife conservation
- Why conserve wildlife?
- Why do we need trees?
- What is the most valuable species to conserve?
- Why is our landscape like it is today ?
- Why do we need to look after nature ?
- How can I get involved in conservation work?
- What is Biodiversity and a Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) ?
As well sites being managed full time by ecologists and conservation officers, volunteers do a majority of the work, either as midweek, or weekend community projects. Volunteers do not need any skills to learn how to save valuable habitats, you will not be expected to work to any target, all practical support is appreciated. Volunteers are members of the general public like you who have an interest in wildlife or have some spare time you want to put to good use. Its a great way of having fun, meeting new people and learning about our wildlife. You can work any time of the week, midweek or at weekends, locally, Nationally or Internationally!
Conservation projects can be directly working with animals or plants, or indirectly managing the habitat and improving conditions for its survival.
learn more at wildberks community groups