EU Residents – 12 Week Nature Conservation Training Course
UK Residents – Traineeship/ Wild for People
Effective Camera Trapping
Countryside Ranger #1 – Getting your message across
GIS & GPS Biodiversity Mapping
Working4Wildlife: 2 weeks in Hungary
Working4Wildlife 14-week courses 2020
SHOUTOUT4SDGs Project – Budapest 6-10 July 2020
Farming for wildlife
Weekly Conservation Volunteering
Residential Conservation Volunteering
Project CARE: An Erasmus+ EVS Project
Supporting Adults with Learning Difficulties
Meet The Team
Contact and Find Us
Q&A from Conservation Careers Webinar – part 1
During our recent live Webinar on Conservation Careers – where are the jobs and how do you write a covering ...
Useful Lockdown Learning
So, you’re stuck at home, can’t go to work/university but want to fill your time with something useful. I suggest this ...
Learn about leadership
With the benefit of having some grey hair, which means I’ve been around on the planet for a while, I ...
Top tips for improving your ID skills during lockdown
In our recent blog we talked about the value of undertaking a bit of reseach to enhance your understanding of ...
Developing your survey skills during lockdown
How did you get on with the research we talk about in Blog 1 and any of the practical activities ...
Nature conservation training whilst on lockdown
A few days ago a student made contact with us asking about what they could do to keep going with ...
Week 3: Surveys and Sunday Strolls
Time is flying here at Ambios! We have already completed week three of our training. This week we continued learning ...
Week 1: Arriving at Ambios
When we arrived at Lower Sharpham Farm last week to commence a 12-week nature conservation traineeship with Ambios, we were ...
Winter Bird Watching
It’s not easy to keep your students’ attention up when teaching and harder still to inspire interest and passion in ...
Our foray into the hidden kingdom of fungi with expert Dr. Christian Taylor
Dr. Christian Taylor came to Lower Sharpham Farm to find a bunch of hopeless students that would have probably picked ...