Rutland Water Nature Reserve
Rutland Water Nature Reserve is our largest and most visited reserve. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, a European Special Protection Area and internationally recognised as a globally important wetland site (Ramsar).
Working indoors or outdoors, day-time or night-time, on the reserve or elsewhere, there are literally hundreds of people who contribute to the running of Rutland Water Nature Reserve - and derive enormous pleasure, satisfaction and fulfilment from doing so.
Rutland Water Nature Reserve offers a great number of volunteering opportunities, undertaking practical nature conservation management tasks and assisting the Rutland Osprey Project.
For more information see the website www.rutlandwater.org.uk/wildlives/ or contact:
Sarah Proud, Volunteer Coordinator, Volunteer Training Centre, Oakham Road, Hambleton, Oakham, Rutland LE15 8AD
Tel: 01572 720049 or email: [email protected]
Shedding a Light on Badger Behaviour
Midlands Co-Operative Society Sports & Social Club, Birstall Road, Birstall
Thursday 11th February
Enjoy an evening learning about the behaviour of badgers.