Animal Enclosure Volunteer

Hosted by: Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc.


Ongoing Opportunity


Contact coordinator for times


Robert Burns
(830) 336-2725 ext 326

About Animal Enclosure Volunteer


Animals housed on site at our facilities deserve the finest habitats in which to thrive. Projects related to the care and improvement of both WRR physical locations is directly related to our success in meeting our mission.

Animal Enclosure Volunteers are essential to maintaining our standards. Most activities are more project-based than shift-based and include painting, building and repairing animals housing, clearing brush, cleaning and maintenance of WRR facilities, minor plumbing, and electrical work. Tasks involve learning about habitat needs of wildlife as well as on-the-job training in habitat construction skills. Many large-scale projects are scheduled for Fall after baby season and in preparation for colder temperatures.

Minimum 18 years of age
Year round availability
A minimum of two project shifts, generally Wednesday through Saturday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.; shifts are scheduled back-to-back or based on project needs & duration.
One 4-hour shift per month for three months during Baby Season (March through August); Shifts run from 8am to 12am, 12pm to 4pm, and 4pm to 8pm, 7 days a week.
Initial volunteer orientation
On-the-job training or instruction as needs arise

Maintenance & repairs to buildings and enclosures
Construction of perches, platforms and animal play-scapes
Landscaping and plantings
Brush removal, painting, cleaning

Application Process

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