Parrot-Flock Care Volunteer
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
49 people are interested
Join Midwest Avian Adoption & Rescue Services (www.maars.org), the midwest's largest parrot rescue and sanctuary organization specializing in the care and rehabilitation of parrots.
If you are a parrot lover or just interested in learning more about these amazing animals, consider volunteering at MAARS. We offer the unique opportunity to work with one of the largest non-breeding flocks in the United States. On any given day, approximately, 85 birds - Lovebirds to Macaws, Cockatiels to Cockatoos, and everything in between - call the MAARS shelter, The Landing, in Saint Paul, MN home.
Your help is needed to provide all the day-to-day care for the MAARS flock, e.g. feeding and cleaning cages, and for the facility, e.g. vacuuming and scrubbing walls.
All volunteers also have the opportunity to interact with the birds, and to provide for their socialization and intellectual stimulation.
Volunteers joining a Flock Care Crew are expected to work a regular four-hour shift, e.g. Monday AM or Thursday PM, each week and make a one-year commitment.
More information and a volunteer application can be found here: https://www.maars.org/our-volunteers/
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
Our shelter is located in, St. Paul, MN 55130, US
MAARS provides sanctuary and rehabilitation services to captive parrots who do not function well in a traditional sanctuary setting and have been unsuccessful living in private homes.
On any given day approximately 85 birds call the MAARS shelter, The Landing, home. MAARS volunteers provide all the day-to-day care for the MAARS flock.
We'll work with your schedule.
Not Made PublicSt Paul, MN 55104
- Facilities Management
- Animal Care / Handling
- Grant Writing / Research
- CSR / Volunteer Coordination
- Community Outreach
- People 55+
- Orientation or Training
- Volunteers joining a Flock Care Crew are expected to work a regular four-hour shift each week and make a one-year commitment. We offer both day and evening shifts.
- The physical nature of taking care of the flock including cleaning enclosures, dishes, walls, and floors, means that volunteers should be able to lift at least 25 pounds, bend repeatedly and perform physical activity for several hours.