Volunteer at the Bird Rescue Center in Sonoma County-Orientation begins in April

Wednesday, Jan 12, 2011  |  Updated 4:48 PM PDT
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During the past quarter century The Bird Rescue Center has been making a real difference in the lives of both birds and people. The accomplishments of the Center have been possible through generous volunteer donations of time, money, materials and effort. Countless birds have been rescued, rehabilitated and released back into the wild.Scores of children and adults have been introduced to our Educational Ambassadors and have learned to care about birds and the environment they depend on.

Click here to register!

If you would like to be part of this unique hands-on experience with wild birds we invite you to get involved. Both adults and juniors (12 and up) will find a role they can play. We provide training for most of the volunteer jobs at the Center. Come talk to us at the Center during our public Visitor Days or watch for the dates for our orientation sessions. Come join us – we’d love to see you.

Whether you are rescuing a hawk or humming bird, waterbird or songbird there is plenty for you to do at the center!

Orientations and Trainings

Spring-Summer 2010

Orientations are held at the Bird Rescue Center,

3430 Chanate Road, Santa Rosa, CA.Call to register and receive more information 707-523-2473 (BIRD)


Adult Volunteer Orientations (18 years and over)
• Fri., April 23 • 7-9 pm
• Sun., May 16 • 2-4 pm
• Sat., July 10th • 2-4 pm

Junior Volunteer Trainings (12-17 years)
Must schedule a day with Gail by calling 523-2473
Parent must attend with their Junior
• Sat., April 24 • 11 am -1 pm
• Sat., May 15 • 2-4 pm


Field Rescue Training
Call the Center at 523-2473


 

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