If you've ever wondered what a volunteer for BBOWT does, Simon Cousins describes his varied roles at Chimney Meadows nature reserve
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It's time to create woodland scallops that will kickstart new growth, new habitats, and a greater abundance and medley of life.
What's the appeal of volunteering here? “Exercise, companionship, contributing to the sustainability of nature and wildlife and most of all, meeting other like-minded people."
Volunteer bird surveyor, Caroline Coleman takes us on a walk around Chimney Meadows as she records the birds she encounters
Nigel Williamson explains how he came to set up and lead the volunteer group at Padworth Common
Taking photographs of wildlife helps you see the world through new eyes as Sue Taylor, BBOWT volunteer recorder, explains.
Our Engaging with Nature project, based in Thatcham, is looking for volunteers. Project officer, Carrie Starbuck explains more about the role and how to get involved.
Who are the volunteers who keep Finemere Wood as a haven for wildlife, and why do they volunteer for BBOWT? Charlotte introduces you to another of her trusty team.
The volunteers are back at Finemere Wood discovering old friendships, wild flowers and the joy of scything.
It’s finally summer and the season for barbecues but have you ever thought about where your charcoal comes from and how it is made?