Young Rangers

Young Rangers

Young rangers

What is Young Rangers?

Are you young and want to make a difference for nature? Do you enjoy getting outdoors whatever the weather and like the idea of helping manage our nature reserves? Young Rangers could be just what you are looking for. This great monthly volunteer session is aimed at young people, is ½ day and usually taking place at our Attenborough Nature Reserve or Skylarks Nature Reserve. For more information contact Laura Bacon lbacon@nottswt.co.uk or call 0115 9588242

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Attenborough

Attenborough Nature Reserve was established way back in 1966 and opened by Sir David Attenborough himself. The visitor centre was opened in 2005 during another visit from Sir David. The reserve is best known for its birds and is an important site for winter wildfowl.

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Idle Valley

This reserve consists of a beautiful 450ha network of diverse habitats and a range of wildlife. Idle Valley is widely considered to be the richest birding site in the region and one of the largest sites for nature conservation in the East Midlands.

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Skylarks

Just outside Nottingham city, Skylarks nature reserve was once a commercial gravel pit, the area has now been colonised with plants and animals. A range of wetland birds can be seen on the reserve, such as great crested grebe, kingfisher and reed bunting.

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Please do not attend a session without registering online as a Young Ranger first. 

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