Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust

About us

Let's make a difference!

Your chance to make a real impact for wildlife and nature.


If you want to be part of our vision and bring nature to everyone, everywhere, then the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) is looking for you!


BBOWT is your local wildlife conservation charity. Our employees and volunteers, with the invaluable support of our members, work to protect wildlife from the threats it faces. We look after over 80 nature reserves, give wildlife a voice, and inspire people to take action for wildlife.


We’re looking for all kinds of people


To bring nature to everyone and loved by people across our three counties, we need a team with all kinds of different perspectives, experiences and backgrounds. Do you have the passion and drive to support our purpose and take action for wildlife? 


Find out more about our work and watch highlights from our year in the video below.

10 office locations in Berks, Bucks & Oxon150recruitment@bbowt.org.uk

Open Vacancies

Speculative Application

Our values

Our core values bring BBOWT to life

Our behaviours

Our behaviours demonstrate how we treat each other at BBOWT

Why work at BBOWT?

Highlights of our year 2019-20

Volunteering

Whether you have just an hour, a day or a week to give, and whatever your skills, there’s an opportunity for you to volunteer with the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) near where you live.

You will be joining hundreds of other people from all walks of life who volunteer with the Wildlife Trust.


If you would like any more information about volunteering for BBOWT, please get in touch with volunteering@bbowt.org.uk

BBOWT Volunteer Awards 2020

Although we've been unable to present our volunteer awards in person this year, we're delighted to honour three very special volunteers with lifetime achievement awards. Find out more about how they've contributed to BBOWT over the years.


Thank you to all of our amazing 1,700 volunteers.

Our amazing volunteers

We are fortunate to have 1,700 volunteers who give us their time to help restore nature across our three counties, and connect people to their local wildlife. They get involved on our reserves, at our education centres, at our events and visitor centres, in our offices and help us to so much more than we could do ourselves. Thank you to everyone who gets involved with us.