Birds of Prey Volunteer
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The Birds of Prey Foundation rehabilitates over 700 injured and orphaned raptors each year.
As a volunteer you will be trained to work around these amazing hawks, eagles, owls and falcons. You will learn to clean up after the birds as well as supply them with food and water. We also raise mice, rats and domestic quail. Our volunteers care for these domestic animails by supplying them with food water and clean cages daily.
We ask volunteers to come in weekly for a minimum of 6 months and a typical day is at least 4 hours beginning around 9 am.
We hold volutneer orientations monthly so sign up now to begin your amazing journey into the world of raptors.
You can learn more about our Foundation and fill out a volunteer application at
About Birds of Prey Foundation
2290 South 104th St, Broomfield, CO 80020, US
The Birds of Prey Foundation treats injured and orphaned wildlife, primarily raptors, such as eagles, hawks, falcons and owls. We return healthy members of the breeding population to their natural habitat.
Fostering compassion for wildlife in distress and teach new generations through mentorships, internships, lectures and volunteer programs.
Working to continuously improve the quality of care and housing of captive raptors everywhere through education, observation, invention and exemplary ethics in their treatment and husbandry.
Seeking protection for raptors in the wild through education, invention and intervention.
We feed, care for and clean up after injured raptors.
We'll work with your schedule.
Boulder County Open SpaceNot open to the publicBroomfield, CO 80020
- Patient Care
- Animal Care / Handling
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- weekly for a minimum of 6 months