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New Mexico Wildlife Center

  • 25 people are interested
Bald Eagle at New Mexico Wildlife Center
Maxwell is one of our most popular Ambassador Animals.

Discover the many ways that your time and support can impact the lives of native species of wildlife as well as those injured or orphaned. A non-profit organization, New Mexico Wildlife Center provides wildlife education to the public through onsite Ambassador Animals and in programs to local schools and groups. The center also rehabilitates all state-protected species of native wildlife.

Volunteers 18 and over are involved in almost everything we do, from caring for animals (in both rehabilitation and education), to maintenance of enclosures, fundraising events, and even office work. After completing 60 hours in these forms of service, volunteers may opt to learn to handle Ambassador animals (prior to that volunteers may not touch or handle the animals). Volunteers are needed for a variety of days and shifts, including Saturdays.

Thanks for your interest in becoming a volunteer at the premier wildlife education and rehabilitation center in New Mexico!

2 More opportunities with New Mexico Wildlife Center

Animals Education & Literacy Environment


We'll work with your schedule.


19 Wheat StreetEspanola, NM 87532




  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Typically one 3-4 hour shift on the same day each week
  • We will provide all necessary training

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