Receptionist at Wildlife Care Center

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The Raptor Trust

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The Raptor Trust is a Non-profit organization dedicated to caring for over 5,000 injured and orphaned native wild birds each year in addition to housing 50 non-releasable hawks, eagles, falcons, and owls as permanent residents at the center and welcoming visitors year round. The Trust also offers educational programs for schools and community groups throughout the region.

As we continue to expand each year we are looking for dedicated, compassionate, reliable volunteers to assist us in our reception office, where hundreds of visitors come to drop off injured and orphaned wild birds each month. Reception volunteers aid in collecting paperwork for newly admitted avian patients, updating records in our computer database, assisting visitors with questions and general directions, and occasionally help in the gift shop or infirmary with light organizational tasks.

Training is provided for all new volunteers and continues throughout your time at The Raptor Trust as you work directly along side our talented staff and dedicated volunteer team. We do ask that volunteers commit to a weekly recurring 4 hour shift.

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About The Raptor Trust


1390 White Bridge Rd., Millington, NJ 07946, US

Mission Statement

To provide free care and assistance to injured, sick, or orphaned wild birds; to educate people about wild birds, especially birds of prey; and to provide a humane example for others. For three decades The Raptor Trust has provided its unique services to the wild birds and the people who find them, always trying to be helpful and caring to both. It is the Trust's hope that its long standing presence and humane conduct has provided a worthy example to others.


A wild bird hospital. The Raptor Trust today is a large, modern complex, consisting of a medical infirmary, an education building, gift shop, and some 70 exterior cages and aviaries containing over 130,000 cubic feet of space. All the chambers are designed to accommodate recuperating birds that will be released, as well as unreleasable individuals that permanently reside at the facility. Recuperating birds are housed in secluded aviaries. Resident birds are housed in large aviaries accessible for public viewing. Approximately 50 raptors representing over 20 species of hawks, eagles, owls, and falcons are permanent residents at the Trust.


We'll work with your schedule.


1390 White Bridge RoadMillington, NJ 07946



  • Data Entry
  • Office Reception
  • Organization
  • Critical Thinking
  • Administrative Support
  • Customer Service


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • 4 hours recurring weekly. Open 8am-4pm 7 days/wk. Especially need Wednesday and Thursday.
  • Comfort using a computer, talking to people, and interest in wildlife conservation.

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