Volunteer

Opossum and Pals Program

Opossum and Pals Program

Each year thousands of ill, injured and orphaned wildlife get a second chance at life thanks to the dedicated volunteers and staff at TWRC Wildlife Center who care for them until they can be returned to the wild. If you have a deep appreciation of wildlife...
Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation

Become a Rehabber with TWRC! Rehabilitating wildlife can be an extremely rewarding experience. Some people do this year round and others only occasionally. Most species require a prospective rehabber to obtain special permits to be able to rehabilitate ...
Center Volunteer

Center Volunteer

Get involved in one of the many Center Volunteer opportunities to help wildlife. Volunteers at TWRC Wildlife Center are the backbone of our organization. They supply the force behind our mission to rehabilitate, release and education the public. We...
Baby Bird Program

Baby Bird Program

Each summer, an average of 1500 baby birds are brought in by caring individuals and families. Since 2001, Baby Bird Volunteers have provided comprehensive onsite care for baby birds. With so many baby birds vying for attention, we are always looking...
Baby Squirrel Program

Baby Squirrel Program

The Spring Baby Squirrel Season is now closed.  Check us out next September when the Fall Season opens. In the early spring and early fall TWRC Wildlife Center receives hundreds of baby squirrels from rescuers. These squirrels will be fed and ...
Volunteer FAQ's

Volunteer FAQ's

View answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about volunteering at TWRC Wildlife Center.
President's Volunteer Service Award (PVSA)                                                www.presidentialserviceawards.gov

President's Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) www.presidentialserviceawards.gov

2015 Certificate Code: 395c028a-02de-489-93ac-2abaf00516e6 TWRC Wildlife Center is proud to be a certifying organization approved to review and verify volunteer hours, nominate eligible volunteers, and distribute the President’s Volunteer Service A...