Nature reserve wardening
Wardens are our eyes and ears on the ground!
As a small charity with limited resources, we cannot be everywhere all the time! Our 18 nature reserves need protection and management. We also need to gather information about the quality of the habitats and species living there. This is where our nature reserve wardens come in.
Each nature reserve has a single warden; additional support will be welcomed in the form of reserve volunteers, who are free to give what time they can and will work with the warden.
If you are interested in becoming a nature reserve warden, please fill out online questionnaire below. Alternatively, download and fill out the volunteer enrolment form or contact us for further information.
Find a nature reserve
Morfa Dyfi William Condry
A wild area of saltmarsh, rush pasture and mire bordering the River Dyfi. An important part of the Dyfi Estuary and Montgomeryshire…
Cwm y Wydden
Wild and mysterious - for over 400 years there has been a continuous cover of trees in this quiet part of the Welsh countryside,…
Wild, Welsh wilderness
Ancient wild wood