Looking after sick and injured native animals, including reptiles and birds, until they can be released in the wild. Includes feeding and cleaning.
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Found 51 volunteer opportunities with Working with Animals, in Western Australia WA
Native ARC's Fundraising volunteer program is for anyone who does not have a lot of time to commit to volunteering although would like to help support wildlife or the environment.
Native ARC has quite a large site with multiple native gardens, acquaponics and garden beds requiring daily maintenance.
The accepting, loving nature of dogs gives this program its magic and helps children relax, open up, try harder and have fun while reading to a friendly, calm dog. YOU can be the Coordinator that makes these connections happen!
Cat Haven is currently searching for reliable, enthusiastic volunteers to assist with the pickup and drop off of cats around the Perth metropolitan area!
Variety of maintenance Peel Riding for the Disabled, including fencing, reticulation, gardening and machinery maintenance. MUST have own transport.
This is a great position for someone with a love of horses. The volunteer would assist with the handling of the horse and the rider.
Volunteers will work in the rehabilitation stages of the centre under the guidance of a registered wildlife rehabilitator or experienced volunteer until the wildlife are fit to be returned to the wild. Please kindly complete on-line application on Native Arc website to apply for role.
Riding for the Disabled in Oakford provides therapy of the equine kind to those with disabilities and learning difficulties within the local community. We are a not for profit organisation and are always on the lookout for volunteers
Impound Feline Rescue are seeking volunteers to foster cats in their own home until they cats can be rehomed.
We are seeking a skilled Carpenter to donate a few hours of their time to help in the construction of a comfortable retirement home with ample spaces for senior dogs and dogs with special needs. If you are qualified and experienced, please get in touch with us today.
Native ARC's Animal Care volunteer program is for anyone interested in working directly with wildlife. Volunteers will work in the rehabilitation stages of the Centre under the guidance of the Centre's Directing Veterinary Surgeon, Registered Wildlife Rehabilitator or an experienced volunteer and are responsible for the following tasks:
The Coordinator will recruit, train, support, manage and give recognition to volunteers within the region. The position will ensure that Story Dogs remains an active and relevant organisation by raising awareness of the Story Dogs brand and services.
Cat Haven is currently searching for motivated, enthusiastic Events and Fundraising Volunteers to assist at various events throughout the year! Events can include sausage sizzles, stalls at fairs and expos, quiz nights, gift wrapping and more!
Providing Foster Care and re-homing service to animals of the Goldfields
Native ARC will often have to make 2-3 trips daily to a veterinary clinic, zoo or to other wildlife centres to transort animals for treatment or specialist care.
Native ARC's Fundraising volunteer program is for anyone who does not have a lot of time to commit to volunteering although would like to help support wildlife or the environment, assisting with fundraising events such as movie nights, quiz nights and bake sales etc. Please kindly complete on-line application on Native Arc website to apply for role.
This is a great opportunity to share knowledge about native animals. Do you have the time and skills to help out?
Love animals? Want to work in a role where you can be surrounded by them all day looking after them? Native Animal Rescue are looking for someone like you to be their new animal attendant!
Are you a qualified Veterinarian? We need your help to provide care to our native animals
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