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Found 5 volunteer opportunities with WA Wildlife (Supported by MVRC) in Australia

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  • Rehabilitation Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (Supported by MVRC)

    WA Wildlife is a wildlife veterinary hospital and wildlife rehabilitation centre. Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that the animals in care recover more swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos, wildlife rehabilitation hospitals/centres generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild.

  • Recovery Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (Supported by MVRC)

    Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that animals in care recover swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife hospitals generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild. This process is crucial for their long-term survival and a privilege to experience.

  • WA Wildlife Retail Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (Supported by MVRC)

    WA Wildlife is WA's only wildlife veterinary hospital and the busiest wildlife rehabilitation facility in WA. The Hospital admits approximately 4000 sick and injured animals each year that all require veterinary treatment and ongoing rehabilitation. The organisation receives no State or Federal government funding and relies on donations and fundraising to pay for the Hospital and Rehabilitation facility.

  • Executive Committee Member – Tourism/Marketing

    WA Wildlife (Supported by MVRC)

    WA Wildlife is Western Australia’s leading wildlife rescue, treatment and rehabilitation service located on an A-class reserve in Bibra Lake, Perth, Western Australia. WA Wildlife operates out of a state-of-the art, multimillion dollar facility which was funded by the City of Cockburn and Lotterywest. The facility is a centre of excellence for wildlife medicine and rehabilitation. Our Team WA Wildlife’s strategic direction is directed and overseen by an Executive Committee.

  • Reception Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (Supported by MVRC)

    Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that animals in care recover swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife hospitals generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild. This process is crucial for their long-term survival and a privilege to experience.

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