Gain vital experience in daily care and feeding of a wide variety of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates. Duties may include cleaning, diet prep, feeding, observation, record keeping, and veterinarian care.
Learn how to conduct routine health examinations, nutritional analysis, fecal analysis, take accurate observations, and even assist with minor surgeries.
Our primary need for volunteers is with the hippotherapy side of the facility, we are always in need of sidewalkers, experienced horse handlers, and people to help groom/tack, etc in the stall area. If that’s not your thing, we can always use help with office tasks, fundraising, and events.
Share your knowledge and passion for wildlife, conservation, and education by assisting with field trips and educational programing. By helping to give all of our visiting students and their families a great experience, you can help to shape the next generation of conservationists!
Welcome guests to Wonders of Wildlife and answer general questions about their visit, while you help build excitement for their visit!
As a Guest Engagement Guide at Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium you will play an essential role in our organization by helping to educate our guests. You’ll assist them during their visit by engaging them in the Aquarium and/or the Wildlife Galleries. Here at Wonders of Read more [...]
Experience life behind the scenes of our 1.5 million gallon aquarium while you assist our staff with the routine operations of the life support systems for all of our exhibits in the museum! Learn to rebuild pumps, backwash sand filters, maintain tanks, and more! You will also have the opportunity Read more [...]
Here at Whispering Willows Senior Dog Sanctuary, volunteer options are: dog walking, grooming and bathing, laundry and dishes, custodial duties, socialization and playtime, and picking up yard waste.
C.A.R.E. Animal Rescue is seeking a network of skills-based volunteers! Do you have a special skill you’d like to lend to help the animals? Are you a college student looking for opportunities to get experience in your major field while helping a non-profit organization? Contact us at [email protected] if you’d Read more [...]
We are seeking TNR (Trap Neuter Return) volunteers willing to help care for and trap feline colonies in the Southwest Missouri area one colony at a time.