Date

Ongoing

Location

East Scotland (Borders to Aberdeenshire)

Contact

  • amccluskey@butterfly-conservation.org
  • Anthony McCluskey

55.953252, -3.188267

Our East Scotland Branch runs all the way from the Scottish Borders, north to Aberdeenshire. The branch is supported by a team of fantastic volunteers, and they'd love for you to join them!

 

Butterfly Conservation is a registered charity which aims to create a world where butterflies and moths are enjoyed by everyone, forever. A key part of this is helping young people connect with butterflies and moths. Volunteers who help with this work may undertake visits to schools or other settings such as Guides and Scouts groups and public events.

You can choose how and when you volunteer, and the role is completely flexible.

You will be working with a wide range of young people, so that must appeal to you.  This role would particularly suit you if you have a background in education or working with young people. Full training will be given.

Help us save butterflies and moths and make the environment better.

 For more information contact Project Officer Anthony McCluskey on amccluskey@butterfly-conservation.org

Activity category
Public engagement