Thank you for your interest in volunteering at The Peregrine Fund’s World Center for Birds of Prey! Volunteers are the foundation of our education program. The volunteer program at The Peregrine Fund is crucial to the existence of the organization. With the employment of only four full-time staff members, the volunteer program provides the majority of the staffing at the Velma Morrison Interpretive Center.
Although their backgrounds, interests, occupations, and ages differ widely, our volunteers all share a love and concern for conservation of nature. They support The Peregrine Fund by contributing their time and talents to the organization through a variety of positions. The close bond between volunteers affords many lasting friendships.
Volunteers are needed on a regular basis at our World Center for Birds of Prey in Boise, Idaho, and at various times on our projects around the world.
Please click on the position(s) below to view descriptions.
Volunteers in our gift shop are our ambassadors to the public. They greet our visitors, collect admissions, and promote sales in the gift shop.
Reports to: Genny Gerke, Education Coordinator / Volunteer Coordinator
Commitment: Two shifts per month (6-8 hours).
Training (Interpretive Center Ambassador)
Download and fill out a volunteer application and send it in to Genny Gerke, Education Specialist / Volunteer Coordinator to get started!
|Volunteer Coordinator / Education Specialist|