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 the foundation of our education program. There are two types of volunteer work open for application: Interpretive Center Ambassador and School Tour Guide
Our Research Library has an occasional need for assistance from volunteers with organizing our vast array of books, journals and other holdings.
The Peregrine Fund is seeking several highly motivated individuals to conduct surveys and territory searches of the endangered Puerto Rican Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus vennator) in the central mountains of Puerto Rico. The goal of this project is to search for active territorial pairs and monitor these pairs through the breeding season. Get details here