WA WIldlife has been caring for sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife for over 20 years and has recently opened it's first Op Shop (second hand retail store) and are seeking expressions of interest for volunteers. Do you want to support wildlife conservation but not necessarily work directly with wildlife? Our Op Shop needs volunteers to run the Store 6 days a week.
WA Wildlife's Reception program is for anyone with a passion for wildlife and the environment and enjoys interacting with people.
WA Wildlife's Recovery Ward program is for anyone interested in rehabilitating wildlife (there are no pre-requisites). Recovery Ward volunteers need to attend a minimum of one shift per week (8.30am - 2.30pm or 2.30pm - 8.30pm). Volunteers will work in our wildlife hospital under the guidance of one of our Veterinarians and/or an experienced volunteer.
Are you passionate about native wildlife and enjoy interacting with people? Are you interested in learning about native wildlife from WA? The Wildcare Helpline is a telephone referral service operated by volunteers on behalf of the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions and is based at WA Wildlife in Bibra Lake. We are seeking Wildcare Helpline Operators keen to learn and provide advice about wildlife and connect callers with appropriate organisations for further assistance.