The SPCA Serving Erie County, located at 300 Harlem Road, West Seneca, has an immediate need for volunteers in their Wildlife Department.
The SPCA’s Wildlife Department is one of the largest wildlife rehabilitation centers in New York State. The Wildlife Department rehabilitates sick, injured and/or orphaned wildlife with the hopes of releasing these animals back to the wild.
“We admit nearly 4,000 wild animals each year, take over 8,000 phone calls, and the numbers are steadily rising,” said Barb Haney, SPCA director of wildlife services.
Wildlife volunteers help care for wild animals when they are sick, injured or suffering. Volunteers help in numerous supportive ways in the SPCA’s wildlife hospital, including husbandry care, feeding, cleaning and medicating animals. Volunteers also help with data entry and taking phone calls.
The SPCA is looking for volunteers ages 18 years old or older. Those interested in volunteering can apply online at YourSPCA.org/Volunteer. Interested candidates can also contact the Wildlife Department directly by emailing Barb Haney at email@example.com.
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