Volunteering is a great way to find out more about the heritage and nature in the park, develop new skills, and help to make the park a better place for people and wildlife. Working in partnership with the Conservation Volunteers Scotland we offer a range of exciting volunteering opportunities that protect and improve the park now, and for future generations

We aim to make our volunteer activities accessible to people of all abilities by providing volunteer training and support, and covering travel expenses.

Seven Lochs Volunteers

Volunteers having a tea break outdoorsGet hands on with the Seven Lochs Volunteers. This group meets every Friday to carry out conservation projects. Volunteers have created new ponds and wetlands, improved woodlands for wildlife, and planted wildflower meadows.

Projects are supervised by experienced leaders, and no previous experience is needed. It’s a great way to learn new skills, improve places for nature and meet like-minded people in a relaxed, friendly environment.

Wildlife Counts

Can you help survey and monitor nature and heritage in the park? Up-to-date information about the wildlife and heritage sites helps us manage and protect it for future generations.

From counting birds, bees and butterflies to measuring frog spawn our Wildlife Counts programme will help to release your ‘inner scientist’ and find that hidden passion for nature. We provide training, support and equipment to help you gather this important information.

Volunteer Rangers

Is there a site you already visit regularly that you’d love to help people learn more about? Want to develop a better understanding of a wild place on your doorstep?¬†Becoming a Volunteer Ranger¬†could be just the thing for you!

We are looking for volunteers to help welcome visitors to our heritage sites and nature reserves, show them what to look out for, and assist with events such as guided walks and family activities.

To find out more about any of our volunteering activities please contact us at