Position Description:This paid seasonal internship in SWR’s Baby Bird Nursery is intended to provide educational enrichment for the next generation of animal care professionals. Interns will be involved with all aspects of care of birds, including feeding, maintenance of a clean and enriching environment, medical treatments, record maintenance and more.
Position Description: This paid seasonal internship with SWR’s Fawn Team will provide an intern with the opportunity to learn and practice a wide range of activities relating to the care and rehabbing of fawns. Duties will include transporting and feeding fawns, fawn cage set up and cleaning, and other tasks related to the successful rehabbing and releasing of injured or orphaned fawns back to the wild.
Position Description: Support and co-lead operations of Sierra Wildlife Rescue’s Baby Bird Nursery. Share responsibility for all aspects of intake, care and release of song birds brought to SWR BBN Center during May through early August. Seasonal full-time, non-benefited position. Please see Position Description for details.
Applications due March 15, 2019.
Position Description: This is a unique and rewarding opportunity as a volunteer intern to learn the care and feeding of wildlife and basic husbandry skills. In addition to hands on experience, interns will receive bi-weekly educational topics for review. A final exit examination is required upon completion of the program.
Contact: Anna Van Patten (email@example.com)
Position Type: Part-Time Summer Internship
Position Description: Interns are responsible for providing care to the orphaned, sick and injured wildlife admitted to WCSV. Interns will get to experience the examination process of incoming wildlife, learn different treatment techniques, capture and release wildlife, learn different husbandry requirements for the many different species WCSV receives, and assists WCSV’s staff in training new volunteers.
Position Description: The Internship Program at Pacific Wildlife Care is a working and learning experience for individuals interested in wildlife and wildlife rehabilitation.Individuals selected will be expected to participate in all aspects of wildlife rehabilitation–cleaning, feeding, enclosure set-up and maintenance, observation, record-keeping, treatment, and release of rehabilitated patients.