Volunteers are the heart of the work we do at Wildlife Images Rehabilitation and Education Center. These dedicated individuals work tirelessly to help the injured, orphaned, and sick animals of the Pacific Northwest. We offer our sincere gratitude and admiration for our volunteers here at center. Our Volunteers share their time, hard work, and expertise in so many aspects of animal care, maintenance, landscaping, education outreach, tour guiding, and general office duties. These are remarkable people with generous and dedicated hearts. Not only are they tremendous animal advocates, they are full of great ideas and continue to share their thoughts with one another and the Wildlife Images staff, contributing in any way possible to ensure that our native wildlife and fellow humans will have a safe place to come together to learn and understand the importance of taking care of the gifts we have been given.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please contact Gail Greer, Volunteer Coordinator, directly at 541.476.0222 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants must be at least 16 years old to volunteer with us.