Wildlife Volunteer Orientation Saturday, October 20, 2018 10:30 am to 12:00, REI Fort Worth Store

Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age. Overview of wildlife rehabilitation Foster Care and the many volunteer opportunities with Texas Metro Wildlife Rehabilitators, Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and the DFW Wildlife Coalition.
Oct 20, 2018
20 Hours
25 Needed
Volunteers Who Stepped Up
  • Benjamin Benardino
  • Jamie Womack
  • Jimmy Morgan
  • Ken Freeman
  • Kristina Day
  • Linda Crawford
  • Marcia Gomez
  • emilie justman
  • robert justman

More Details

Wildlife Rehabilitators main goal is the rehabilitation and release of wildlife.  You will learn what is involved in caring for wildlife babies and facts about our urban wildlife.

We are a 100% volunteer organization. Below are some of the volunteer opportunities and the descriptions.

  • Foster Parent(s) - Feed, care, and monitor growth of our babies; all under the supervision and training of a permitted or sub-permitted rehabilitator.
  • Special Projects - Making cages, nesting boxes, and snuggle beds
  • Outreach program - Contact public or private organizations who might be interested in learning more about what we do. Become a presenter.
  • Fundraising - We welcome new ideas. If this is what you like to do, we need you!
  • Media - Take pictures and videos of our wildlife and update website photo albums
  • Wildlife rescue telephone hotline support. Help get orphaned or injured wildlife to a licensed rehabber



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