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BirdWatch Ireland

Dear Omss,


I acknowledge with thanks receipt of your registration details for working/volunteering with BirdWatch Ireland.


Your details will now be held in confidence by us. You may be contacted by a staff member of BirdWatch Ireland should your skills match the requirements of any upcoming projects or new posts, however, it is recommended that you keep a watch on our website www.birdwatchireland.ie for updates on volunteering / employment. This panel has a life-span of 12 months from the date of your submission. You may update this form at any time by completing our survey form on SurveyMonkey. Otherwise, you will receive an email at this time asking you to update or clarify whether or not you wish to remain on the register.  Your details will be deleted from the system (as required by the Data Protection Acts) if you choose not to resubmit or update your details when contacted at the end of this time period. Personal details will only be used in the short-listing of candidates suited to certain jobs, contracts and tenders.


AS you have not already presented your CV with your original submission, please do so as soon as possible by emailing the undersigned and entering CV: and your full name in the subject line.  Applications without a supporting CV may preclude you from selection.


We greatly appreciate your willingness to donate your time to protecting Ireland’s wild birds and their habitats.  There are a number of ways in which volunteers can choose to help protect birds and biodiversity.



Join us as a member at http://www.birdwatchireland.ie/Membership/tabid/79/Default.aspx


Sign up for our ezine at http://ymlp.com/signup.php?id=geeubjqgmgb


Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/BirdWatchIreland


Take part in a Bird Survey

We carry out a large number of bird surveys nationwide, and depend heavily on volunteers to help us with these. If you visit the following page on our website, it tells you which surveys we seek volunteers for and each has links to the relevant Project Manager so that you can email them directly to register for your chosen surveys. We've listed the main ones below.   http://www.birdwatchireland.ie/Ourwork/Surveysandprojects/tabid/248/Default.aspx.


1.             Garden Bird Survey (ocrowe@birdwatchireland.ie)

2.             Countryside Bird Survey: Dick Coombes (rcoombes@birdwatchireland.ie)

3.             Atlas: Brian Caffrey (bcaffrey@birdwatchireland.ie)

4.             IWeBs: Helen Boland (hboland@birdwatchireland.ie)


Participate in your local BirdWatch Ireland Branch

We have very active branches of BirdWatch Ireland throughout the country who have regular events and talks. Please visit our website: www.birdwatchireland.ie then click Events then click Branch Events and then select the county nearest you to view contact details and any upcoming events of that branch.


I hope you choose to follow up on at least some of these suggestions as to how you can help us.


Many thanks,


Tríona Franks

Midlands Office Administrator


BirdWatch Ireland

Crank House | Banagher | Co.Offaly | Ireland

Tel: +353 (0)57 9151676;  email: tfranks@birdwatchireland.ie


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BirdWatch Ireland - protecting birds and biodiversity

To join as a member, make a donation, volunteer or shop online visit www.birdwatchireland.ie or call us on +353 (0)1 281 9878


BirdWatch Ireland is the trading name of the Irish Wildbird Conservancy. Cairde Éanlaith Éireann. Registered in Ireland, Company Number 116468.  Registered Charity Number 5703.

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