Why Volunteer?

Volunteer with us to help observe, monitor and record the biodiversity in Cody Dock and Cody Wilds, while learning about protection of the natural environment!

Activities

The ‘natural’ reed beds, river banks, dock and surrounding area itself are important for local flora and fauna. There is a data gap which includes this stretch of the river. Volunteers will help observe, monitor and record the biodiversity here as the area changes rapidly, informing national data sets while learning about protection of the natural environment.

Find out more

Sessions are on Tuesdays and Fridays 10:30am-3pm. To book a place and for more information, please contact [email protected]

No experience necessary. All sessions are facilitated by Cody Dock’s volunteer coordinators. All Personal Protective Equipment provided.

Please note: due to the current circumstances surrounding covid-19 we have reduced groups maximum number of people to 6.