Types of Volunteers
Find out about how you can volunteer with the Aberlady Bay Local Nature Reserve.
Dunbar Conservation Volunteers help to maintain sites around Dunbar such as John Muir Country Park, Traprain Law and Barns Ness. They meet on the last Wednesday of every month between 10am and 1pm. Please see the following timetable for further information. If you would like to be involved please contact email@example.com
The Volunteers at Levenhall Links in Musselburgh help keep the site in tip-top condition. They spend a lot of time maintaining the bird Reserve, meeting once a month, see the following timetable. If you would like to be involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This group focuses on the war on litter! If you would like to be involved please contact email@example.com
The North Berwick Conservation Volunteers help with practical conservation tasks at the Law, Glen and beaches in North Berwick. If you would like to be involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of Yellowcraig help to manage landscape, wildlife and access at Yellowcraig, near Dirleton.
An environmental group for young people in East Lothian aged 11-18, running on every second Friday afternoon during term time. The focus of the group is conservation work. For all enquiries please email email@example.com.
There is a group of 50 local volunteers who care for the paths of East Lothian. They go out once or twice a month.If you would like to be involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bumblebees volunteer at North Berwick Law, Traprain Law, Barns Ness and Aberlady Bay. This involves heading out once every two weeks to count bees that you see. New volunteers are welcome. To get involved contact the Countryside team at email@example.com
The animals in East Lothian need a daily welfare check, which volunteers undertake.The animals are distributed as follows - ponies at North Berwick and Traprain Laws and sheep (winter only) at Aberlady and Barns Ness.If you would like to be involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Invasive Plant Spotters
A new group is underway to control the extent of 3 invasive plants; concentrating upon the banks for the River Tyne.Training and safety guidance will be given, if you would like to help please email email@example.com.