Wildlife Nursery Volunteer
212 people are interested
Work with orphaned baby squirrels, baby birds, or baby ducks. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota needs volunteers to help feed and care for the animals admitted to its mammal, avian, and waterfowl nurseries. Cleaning and laundry are involved, as well as feeding the babies. For more information, go to www.wrcmn.org or contact Liz Cross at 651-486-9410, x102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Wildlife Rehabiliation Center of Minnesota
2530 DALE ST N, ROSEVILLE, MN 55113, US
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota provides quality medical care and rehabilitation for all injured, sick, and orphaned wild animals and shares its knowledge with the people who care about them.
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota is a hospital for injured and orphaned wild animals. The Center offers medical treatment and rehabilitative care to more than 200 different species of wild animals, including songbirds, waterfowl, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians, with the goal of releasing every animal back into the wild. The Center also provides education to the public about wildlife and professional training for veterinarians, wildlife rehabilitators, and public officials.
The Center is the largest state and federally licensed wildlife rehab facility in the Upper Midwest, providing care and treatment for more than 8,000 injured, diseased, displaced, and orphaned wild animals each year.
Treatment plans at the Center provide needed vet care, replicate a wild animal's natural environment and diet, and meet the animal's social and behavioral needs as much as possible. WRC provides a sanctuary for animals to stretch their wings, fly, bask in the sunshine, hide, swim, and run--all necessary components to a full recovery.
We'll work with your schedule.
2530 DALE ST NROSEVILLE, MN 55113
- People 55+
- 3-4 hours per week
- 14-17 may help w/waterfowl along w/parent