Bird TLC.... For the Birds!With your support, we will continue to provide primary medical care and rehabilitation for sick, injured, or orphaned wild birds; and to provide environmental education for the public through live wild bird programs.
Check out these volunteer opportunities!
Volunteers start with Sanitation and Disease Control
modules and can progress to Diet and Nutrition, Handling and Restraint and
Lead Volunteer responsibilities. Due to the training involved, clinic
volunteers need to commit to at least one four hour shift a week. Special
time commitments, such as every day in the summer, can be granted by the
Baby Bird Mom or Dad
This is something for the entire family. Take
a one day course on how to care for baby birds and put your name on the
list. As orphaned babies arrive we’ll call foster parents. Foster parents
feed and care for the babies until they are ready to fledge. Caution!
This job will involve night time feeding and consistent care. Baby bird
responsibilities last from 2-6 weeks.
Join Bird TLC’s outreach crew. You will be trained to
handle a live bird on the fist and answer questions about Bird TLC as well
as wild birds in Alaska. You can also learn how to present with artifacts
and pictures instead of a live bird. Educators make a minimum commitment of twelve
presentations a year. We make presentations at schools, special events and
several regular locations in Anchorage and throughout Alaska.
must have a current tetanus vaccination.
Bald Eagle gets