Daily email with basic details of adverts posted online that day. Also included the headlines for the news we've highlighted during the day, weekly updates on additions to the volunteers sections. Any articles of relevance such as those from our Featured Charity or in depth pieces from other organisations and also those shared on our social media and posted to our blog.  Also updates to the Training Directory and Surveys and Citizen Science sections as they happen.

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Sample of the Daily Email

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Vacancies advertised: Wednesday 17 April

Job of the Day: Wildlife and Farming Officer - ST Catchment Partnership employed by Shropshire Wildlife Trust

This post is full time, until the end of March 2020 with the possibility of an extension. 
Based in Shropshire
Can you help us make water better for wildlife? Severn Trent Water and the West Midlands Wildlife Trusts are working with the EA and other partners on River catchments to tackle pollution in watercourses across catchment areas and to bring them into good ecological condition. An important part of this programme is to work with farmers and landowners to reduce diffuse agricultural pollution into rivers and streams and to tackle water quality in Severn Trent’s drinking water boreholes in the area.
Find out more.

Green Trails Project Officer (Regional) vacancy with Vale of Glamorgan Council
Barry Docks
37 Hours per week; Mon-Fri
Temporary - Grant Funded Project
To produce a plan and develop partnerships for a long distance horse and mountain bike trail linking hubs of bridleway access in the South Wales Central region.

BirdWatch Ireland is seeking an Ecological Advisor
Location: Headford, Co Galway
Contract Duration (if applicable): May 2019 - October 2019, Full time
The Ecological Advisor will survey and monitor breeding Curlew populations, and nest sites for breeding outcomes. They will provide advice and training to participating farmers on managing their land for Curlew, and assist in the trial of temporary electric fences.

Kent County Council is looking to appoint a Kent Country Parks Visitor Services & Events Manager
Permanent full-time position 37 hours per week. 
This is a fantastic opportunity to join the Kent County Council, Country Parks team who provide leisure, educational and venue hire services across 9 Country Parks in Kent. The Visitor Services & Events Manager will be responsible for providing leadership and supervision to area based visitor services and events teams, to ensure an enjoyable and fulfilling service is provided to all visitors to the country parks

Citizen Science projects

One new listing for citizen science projects:
Bristol & Bath City Nature Challenge 2019 Nature needs your help! Over 26-29th April 2019 record your nature sightings using the FREE iNaturalist app to take part in the international City Nature Challenge competition, and help Bristol & Bath record the most wildlife in the world across the 4 days. For more information follow

More surveys and citizen science project can be found here.

News Headlines: Wednesday 17 April

Park Protector and Year of Green Action awards seek out projects making a difference - Campaign for National Parks
The Forestry Commission is inviting people to join the largest ever survey of England’s forest wildlife - Forestry England
Help us enjoy a starry night says CPRE, as cosmic census reveals the scale of light pollution - Campaign to Protect Rural England
Environment Agency announces new green legacy for £2.6bn flood and coastal risk management programme. - Environment Agency

Scientific Publications
Predicting population change from models based on habitat availability and utilization. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
Avian functional responses to landscape recovery. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
Major roads have important negative effects on insectivorous bat activity, Biological Conservation