Benacre and Kessingland, Suffolk

Volunteering Opportunities

Benacre and Kessingland, Suffolk

Thanks to funding from the EU LIFE+ Nature Programme and the Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB’s Touching the Tide project, the Little Tern Project is helping to ensure that our little terns have a successful trip to the Suffolk coast, and return to West Africa with a new brood in September. A team of volunteers…

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Blakeney Point

Help protect and monitor little terns on Blakeney Point with the National Trust, as part of the Little Tern Project. The role involves walking a mile along the shingle beach to be based on the edge of the colony, where a hide will be situated You will be greeting visitors and telling them about the…

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Great Yarmouth and Winterton-on-sea

A team of volunteers will be stationed at the ‘Geodome’ located on Winterton beach. The structure has been funded by Norfolk Coast AONB Sustainable Development Fund and the EU LIFE+ Nature Programme and will provide shelter from which volunteers can monitor the little tern colony, and a hub for beach visitors to find out more…

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East Yorkshire

If you’d like to help protect this wonderful seabird in east Yorkshire, please get in touch.

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Gronant Dunes

Just to the east of Prestatyn lies Gronant Dunes. The little terns breed at the most northern point on the shingle and have been breeding successfully at this point for over 40 years. Access to the site is a ¾ mile walk from the main Shore Road car park at Gronant A warden rota will…

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