Raptor High: The Peregrine Fund's
Summer Youth Volunteer Program


Join The Peregrine Fund's team of student volunteers at the World Center for Birds of Prey!

The "Raptor High" program supports students interested in becoming teachers of raptor biology and ecology as they share inspiring stories of conservation with visitors from around the world.

We look forward to working with a number motivated high school-aged students this summer who want to learn more about conservation and further practice the time management and public speaking skills expected in a professional environment.

The application period for the Class of 2017 is now closed.

Time Commitment

  • The program runs for 11 weeks from June - August
  • Complete approxiately 30 hours of service over the course of the program
  • Various shifts are available daily during our hours of operation (Tuesday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m)
  • Volunteer around your summer plans!

For More Information

Contact Jessica Gordon, Volunteer Coordinator, 208-362-8262.


Program Partially Funded By Golden Eagle Audubon Society

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The 2018 Birds of Prey Calendar

Members automatically receive one, and may order extra copies at a reduced price!

What To Do Next

Enjoy the summer teaching guests about conservation!
Watch for Applications for 2018 in January.

2017 Program Dates to Know

Weekly Volunteer Shifts
June - end of August (Tuesday-Sunday)

End of the Year Celebration
Saturday, August 26