There are lots of different ways you could give your time to help us in our mission to protect amphibians and reptiles! We aim to make volunteering with us as fun and rewarding as possible, so that you get as much out of it as the wildlife you are helping.
You don’t always need knowledge or experience to get started, and we can often tailor volunteering posts around your needs and interests whether it be practical work digging ponds, helping our education team on a session or using your IT skills to help improve our web presence.
Listed below are just some of the opportunities available for potential volunteers. If you have a particular volunteer post in mind, but can’t find it here, do get in touch and we will see what we can do for you: firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently Froglife manages three nature reserves on behalf of the landowners, each located near Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.
Tasks can include:
- Scrub clearance
- Creating egg-laying sites for grass snakes
- Pond management
- Creating hibernacula
- Species surveying (birds, butterflies and water voles, as well as amphibians and reptiles)
Contact the members of staff below for further information:
Eye Green Nature Reserve- email@example.com
Boardwalks and Thorpe Meadows- firstname.lastname@example.org
Hampton Nature Reserve (Private Site)- ross.edgar.froglife.org
If you love being outdoors, enjoy inspiring young people and thrive on making a practical difference to gardens or other habitats, Green Pathways is the perfect project for you.
We are currently looking for hardy volunteers to help with all aspects of the project from fundraising to promotion but especially to work alongside the young people. Training in working with vulnerable teenagers will be provided along with appropriate DBS checks. Other training needs will be discussed with individual volunteers and provided if possible.
Peterborough Region- email@example.com
We run hands-on projects enabling people with dementia to improve their local green spaces for nature, and to learn about and share their own knowledge of the local environment. This benefits the project participants, local wildlife and communities. Contact our regional project officers below:
Somerset (Frome)- firstname.lastname@example.org
The London T.O.A.D project aims to benefit London’s declining common toad populations, through a range of engagement and practical conservation activities. There is a wide area of opportunity within the project to gain experience in both hands on practical experience and in event work.
Contact Emily.Millhouse@froglife.org to find out more.
Yorkshire T.O.A.D aims to reduce the huge decline of the UKs common toads in Yorkshire and help replenish populations. We will help toads with a comprehensive programme of habitat creation and enhancement and public engagement. People need nature and nature needs people, so we will be working with communities across Yorkshire, engaging local volunteers and running events and training sessions.
Contact email@example.com to find out more.
Come Forth for Wildlife is working throughout the Forth Valley (Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire) to develop connections to conserve and enhance the unique heritage the area offers. This is being achieved by creating inter-connected habitats for amphibians, reptiles and other wildlife. The project enables all sectors of the community to develop connections with the natural heritage of the Forth Valley region through the activities we are delivering and have planned.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
There are two main opportunities to help:
Help Froglife with this long standing national project, that seeks to alleviate the problem of amphibian migration routes and habitat fragmentation. Find out more here. Contact email@example.com if you are interested. To volunteer at your nearest registered patrol – use our map to find your nearest crossing and contact the group directly (if there are no registered patrollers on the site, your email will be sent to Froglife).
Click here to find other ways to support Froglife.