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    Stage 2 Volunteering (8-12 weeks)

    Stage 2:





     If you have some more time to give and are comfortable in being mostly in the observer position when it comes to wildlife care this will give you a great opportunity to work around wildlife and learn a lot.


    • Minimum commitment 2-3 month( June, July & August not available at the rest of the year)
    • Daily feed preparation
    • Limited work with wildlife  ( usually restricted to small mammals and birds)
    • Care of domesticated animals such as guinea pigs and rabbits
    • Tasks usually involve maintenance tasks such as washing feed dishes, raking empty enclosures, painting, yard work etc. In turn you give our large mammal care workers more time to do their animal related work and your help is greatly appreciate. They can also include the feeding of young mammals and birds. 
    • Room & Board provided
    Contact: info@wildlifeshelter.com for our application forms
    and make sure to read this before applying!