What’s on?

Current Opportunities and Events

Every year Ambios deliver a range of nature conservation opportunities in both the UK and Europe. Some are suitable for students at the very beginning of a career in conservation. Some are suitable for seasoned wildlife professionals who want to improve their skills in a particular area. Some are even suitable for nature lovers who want to learn more about flora and fauna.

We also run events which are open to the general public, including our annual summer Farm and Wildlife Fayre and Barn Raising, Barn Storming Barn Dance in October.

Please view our  calendar below to find an opportunity that is right for you. You can also keep updated about new courses and events  by joining our mailing list.

2021 Calendar

Distance Learning

Effective Bird Identification for Rewilding

4th October – 26th November 2021 ¦ £245

This Effective Bird Identification For Rewilding course will enable you to explore how to become more effective with your bird identification, increasing your field and note taking skills and therefore enhancing your employability/continuing professional development.

Unique to this course – Ambios Ltd will send you a field notebook and second hand (up-cycled) field guide before taking you through 8-weeks of part time online distance learning.

Distance Learning

Effective Camera Trapping for Rewilding

4th October – 12th November 2021 ¦ £345

Effective Camera Trapping For Rewilding is a live online 6-week course, designed to make you a more effective wildlife camera trapper. You will increase your field skills, produce photos fit for purpose and enhance your employability/ professional development.

Unique to this course – is the fact that we lend you the equipment.

UK NATURE CONSERVATION TRAINEESHIP

12 WEEK NATURE CONSERVATION TRAINEESHIP: LOWER SHARPHAM FARM

AUTUMN: 27th September – 17th December 2021

Our conservation farm and rewilding project is a unique chance to gain hands-on conservation experience supported by our team of wildlife professionals. Biodiversity monitoring and applied land management are central elements of the programme, building your field skills and your confidence in understanding the ecology of the countryside and the work required to secure its future.

Through their time here many past trainees have reported a sense of renewal, inspiration, hope, confidence and direction in what is an uncertain future for all of us.