Practical Work

Filey Dams

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Project Summary

Join us for a day of practical conservation and reserve management tasks at Filey Dams Nature Reserve, a surviving stretch of freshwater marsh that acts as a haven for plants, small mammals and amphibians. It is also ideally placed near the Yorkshire coast for migratory birds, many of which can be seen here.

Need to know

  • Start Date: 03/07/2019
  • End Date: 04/09/2019
  • County: North Yorkshire
  • Organisation Name: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
  • Project Category: Improving habitats


Project Description

3rd July |7th August | 4th September

Things you need to know:

  • Task days start at 10am and usually run until 4pm.
  • Sometimes task days may change because of adverse weather. Please check the website for updates
  • If you’re new to a site, please call the relevant contact to check task day details and let them know you’re coming.
  • New volunteers will need to provide emergency contact details and relevant medical details before beginning, just in case of any incident or accident.

What you should bring:

  • A packed lunch and plenty to drink.
  • Hard-wearing shoes, boots or wellies
  • Old clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty.
  • Waterproofs, sunscreen and insect repellent when necessary, you never know what the weather will do!

Tools and gloves will be provided.