What we do
Wild About Jersey aims to get people outdoors, into nature, meeting new people and learning more about the natural world.
We want to protect and support our natural environment by:
- helping people change their behaviour
- encouraging islanders to become environmental volunteers
- monitoring Jersey’s wildlife using volunteers
- connecting organisations so we can work together
- organising events to showcase
We share information on volunteering opportunities and local conservation efforts.
Our aim is to inspire and train you to help us gather vital information. This information is used to protect and improve our environment. This can include things such as:
- monitoring bats
- counting toads
- surveying butterfly species
How to become a Wild Volunteer
If you love nature, wildlife, being outdoors, sign up to become a volunteer.
It's really easy to do, you don't need previous experience and we provide training where it's needed.
Just email us and we'll add you to our mailing list so we can send you updates about projects you can get involved in.
Email Wild About Jersey to become a volunteer
Wildlife projects you can get involved in
Here are some of the wildlife projects you can get involved with:
Butterfly monitoring Scheme (JBMS)
Jersey Conservation Volunteers
National Plant Monitoring Scheme
If you can’t commit to regular wild volunteering but still want to get involved please record and report your wildlife sightings at the Jersey Biodiversity Centre (JBC).
Wild About Jersey events
Our events raise awareness of our natural environment and local initiatives. If you would like to be involved, get in touch with our
Eco Active Jersey Biodiversity Partners.
Our event themes have varied over the years and showcase the many ways you can get involved. Our past events have included: