What’s that Natura 2000 network.
Where can you follow?
Because we want to continue to enjoy, live and make the most of the nature that is closest to us. Because we want nature to go on and on and on… That’s why we are Followers. Do you follow nature??
Increase awareness of the Natura 2000 Network
Thanks to this new volunteering formula, we want volunteers to be active in designing new ways of understanding what it means to be a volunteer and protect our nature.
Life Followers project is an environmental volunteering experience made possible thanks to the European Union LIFE program funding, coordinated by SEO/BirdLife to make it even bigger with your help.
What are we going to do?
The aim of Followers is to involve a minimum of 300 young volunteers from the European Solidarity Corps (ESC) and raise awareness for conservation and knowledge of the largest network of protected areas in the world, the Natura 2000 Network. In protected and threatened places and species that need your help.
The activity of the participants involved in the different actions will be broadcasted to the world to let everyone know about the project itself and the results obtained.
“Followers” will have the opportunity to work together with scientists, professionals from the Spanish Ornithological Society, the oldest conservation association in Spain, and other volunteers from all over Europe, which will help them to expand their culture and social skills. They will be able to acquire new skills which, in the near future, will be useful in the world of work. A unique opportunity to get involved and have experiences that will enrich your curriculum and open up their career and professional opportunities.
If you are also passionate about nature, want to work as a team and want to make a decisive and qualified contribution to the project, fill in the form and/or get in touch with us!!
What is the European Solidarity Corps?
The European Solidarity Corps is the new European Union initiative which creates opportunities for young people (between 18 and 30 years old) to volunteer or work in projects in their own country or abroad that benefit communities and people around Europe.
Although the projects can be in different areas in SEO/BirdLife we will be responsible for acting on sustainable development, research, monitoring, protection and conservation of the environment in the Natura 2000 Network in Spain.
If you are up for challenges and ready to help other people and organisations, join the European Solidarity Corps and SEO/BirdLife today!
To get started, Just complete a simple registration process at the following link: https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity/register/check_es