NATURE WORLD WILDLIFE RESCUE Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release
NATURE WORLD WILDLIFE RESCUERescue, Rehabilitate, Release

Volunteers - Meet Barb and Chas

Barb is 17 years old and has been a volunteer with NWWR for 3 years. She has spent many hours at our center, feeding and caring for our sick, injured and orphaned animals. She is currently working with "Chas", a barred owl who will be joining us as a "program" animal. (A program animal is an animal which has been trained to help with our activities like festivals and other educational programs.) The training consists of learning to sit on a perch and a glove and getting used to people being close. Not all animals can do this!  Chas is not able to be released because of a dislocated wing. Falling later created scar tissue so he is permanently unable to fly. 

 

Thank you to Barb and our other hardworking volunteers.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

 

Do you love animals? Nature World Wildlife Rescue currently has dedicated volunteers scattered all over Citrus County. Volunteers Can be very knowledgeable about one particular species or can learn about many of the different animals that come through our doors.  We can certainly can use your help if you have a few hours to give during any month.  The positions we actively need at any time are:

  • feeding and caring of animals
  • dispatchers
  • transport
  • rehabilitation
  • education
  • journalism

 

Many of these can be done from your home, and depending on your schedule we are able to work around almost anything.

 

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