Volunteer with us and help wildlife across London

Volunteers standing in a line at Yeading Brook Meadows

Volunteer with us and help wildlife across London

Our volunteers help London's wildlife thrive – without them we wouldn't be able to continue protecting and enhancing nature.

Whether you're a nature novice or an ecology expert; everyone is welcome to get involved. Volunteering with us will give you new skills and experience, learning from qualified professionals. 

There are lots of different ways to get actively involved with London Wildlife Trust, from regular workdays to one-off events, in locations across the capital.

Email to register your interest here

Key information:

  • All volunteers must be aged 16 and over. 16 and 17-year-olds need parental consent unless they are in employment. Sometimes there are rules on whether you need to bring a friend, sibling, parent or guardian who is 18+. Please email us to find out more.
  • Expenses can be provided for travel within London and for a lunch of under £5.
  • Any equipment needed is provided by us, but please wear suitable clothing and footwear.
  • You will need to complete a compulsory registration form, please inform your team leader of any relevant medical conditions
  • For general queries about volunteering email volunteering@wildlondon.org.uk.

Volunteering activities

Volunteer workday at Yeading Brook Meadows

Volunteer workday at Yeading Brook Meadows credit Val Borrell

Practical conservation

There is always a lot to do on our reserves, with sessions including habitat restoration, grassland management, tree care, and citizen science.

Kidbrooke Village family information day

Kidbrooke Village family information day credit Hayley Bray

Outdoor learning

We need help running our outdoor learning activities. These include our regular under 5s sessions, Forest School, curriculum-linked school sessions and family learning activities. Sessions include exploring our sites with pond dipping and minibeast safaris

From 21st June we will be restarting inductions for Outdoor Learning volunteering. We will run a monthly Outdoor Learning induction at one of our sites each month. To register your interest please email Abi via the link below:

Register your interest here
Kristy Vonsolo at Gunnersbury Triangle

Credit Ben Quinton


We're looking for volunteers to greet people at our visitor centres, answer questions, and help out on reserves where necessary.

Charlie Owens with a hedgehog

credit Penny Dixie 

Project volunteering

From river restoration to mammal and dragonfly surveys, making green roofs or rain gardens, with communities across London, there are lots of ways to get involved with our ongoing projects. 

More about volunteering with us:

Other ways to get involved:

Red crested pochard

Red crested pochard credit Hadi El Ali

Record your sightings

Your sightings help us understand London's wildlife and what we need to do to protect it.

Tell us what you've seen
Bat walk at Woodberry Wetlands

Bat walk at Woodberry Wetlands credit Penny Dixie

Come to an event

We run regular events and activities across London

Find out what's on