Natural Ambassadors Volunteers Online Introduction

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Wed, 30 Sep 2020 18:30

Natural Ambassadors Volunteers Online Introduction

Morecambe Bay is a haven for wildlife... But it is in trouble. Will you be a Natural Ambassador for Morecambe Bay's Birds?

Morecambe Bay Partnership is looking for friendly, passionate people to join our brilliant team of Natural Ambassador volunteers. Natural Ambassadors engage, educate, and inspire visitors to the coast to protect the birdlife that makes our shores special, providing an essential role in protecting them from the ever increasing threat of disturbance. The more Natural Ambassadors we have, the greater our impact will be on protecting our amazing wild birds. Sign up to this free online induction session to find out more about becoming a Natural Ambassador. 

We are looking for people of all ages and backgrounds, who would like to volunteer at key sites between Fleetwood and Walney Island. Whilst basic knowledge of coastal birds is an advantage, we will provide basic bird ID training for those who aren't already au fait with the Birds of the Bay.

A full role profile can be found here:

This online talk will be led by Amy, our Nature and Wildlife Officer, who will introduce the project, give an overview of what the role entails and provide the next steps for you to get involved and join the team. We hope to see you there!


*Please note that this session may be recorded for future use. Question time will be provided after the talk, but do feel free to contact Amy with any enquiries about the role, by emailing


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