Wildlife Rehabilitation Volunteer


Cause Areas


It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


119 Doe DriveHubert, NC 28539
Working with the education animals daily.
This keeps them gentle and easy to handle.


Learn how to feed orphaned baby birds, squirrels, rabbits, and opossums until they are old enough to care for themselves and be released back in to the wild. March and April will be our heaviest months in terms of new arrivals needing care, called the "baby season"

Provide assistance in the general care and maintenance of the sanctuary and resident non-releaseable education animals. Duties include: cleaning cages, feeding & watering outside animals, and quarterly health checkups for the resident birds and animals (these include weighing, medicating, coping beaks, and trimming talons and nails).


Good Match For

Kids Teens People 55+ Group

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