Tuesday, 3 June 2014
Wild Days Conservation is a new way of learning about and contributing to the conservation of British Wildlife. They offer comfortable holidays with lovely accommodation and really nice food where you will learn about British Wildlife and get outdoors as part of a team working for wildlife. On one of their holidays you will learn about landscapes and species, how to shape habitats, and how to survey for signs of some of our most elusive small mammals. You will then get out there and undertake some of the work, removing invasive plant species, studying the wildlife, and generally having a good time in nature.
To celebrate the return of Springwatch to the BBC this year they are offering a free place on our 2 day taster experience in Dorset, running from Thurs 26th to Saturday 28th June. You can join them as they collect data for the UK Mammal Atlas project and help to manage the landscape at one of Dorset Wildlife Trust's most beautiful protected areas.
HOW TO ENTER
Click on the link and complete the form with 100 words on what inspires you in the British countryside. Entries must be received by midnight on Sunday 8th June to take part. They will notify people on 9th June if they have been shortlisted and will invite them for a telephone interview during that week. The winner will be announced on Wild Days Conservation website on Friday 13th June.