Get Involved

The Seven Lochs Volunteers is a great way to get involved in helping to improve the park for people and wildlife. The group carries out practical conservation tasks and wildlife surveys across the park - supported by The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) Scotland. Over the past year volunteer projects have ranged from planting wildflower meadows to creating new ponds, and from building bat and owl boxes to survey sites for butterflies. Volunteers are given training to help develop their skills in habitat management and species identification.

The Seven Lochs Volunteers meet most Fridays, and the group is open to all and no previous experience is required as training will be provided. Each task day is supported by experienced staff from the Wetland Park and our project partners. Travelling expenses (up to £5 per day) can be reimbursed.

Please note that the volunteer group currently has a waiting list. If you would like to get involved in the project in the future please send your details to and you will be kept up to date with new opportunities. Check out our Facebook page to see what the volunteers have been up to recently. 

The Seven Lochs Volunteers is supported by funding from WREN through the Scottish Landfill Communities Fund.

Volunteer Events Coming Soon

Friday 23rd March 2018
Drumpellier Country Park