Nature Reserve Warden
James Hitchcock, Estates Manager: 01432 356872 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Existing wardens not only look out for their reserves, but are also involved in practical management work, such as clearing footpaths, carrying out surveys and monitoring key species, such as birds and mammals.
Almost anyone can become a warden. You need to be 18 or over, capable of walking a few miles at a time, climbing over stiles and using some basic hand tools. Absolutely no previous experience of walking or volunteering in the countryside is necessary. All you need is the time and enthusiasm!