Pelican release

Volunteers release a brown pelican after rehabilitation.

The Wildlife Center of the North Coast is looking for volunteers to help rehabilitate orphaned and injured wildlife.

The nonprofit wildlife rehabilitation center is seeking volunteers in the area, that are able to help on-site with the animal care and animal care support teams. The hospital is open 7 days a week and has flexible shifts available to work within your schedule. Because the organization relies so heavily onn volunteers, they ask you make a 6-month commitment to

Wildlife Center of the North Coast’s mission is to promote compassion, empathy and respect for all life through wildlife rehabilitation, ecological teachings, and wildlife conservation.

Volunteer Orientation will be held Saturday, Sept. 21 at the Wildlife Center’s Facility in Astoria. For more information about volunteering, visit www.CoastWildlife.org.

For more information about volunteer orientation, questions, and to RSVP contact volunteer@coastwildlife.org or 503-338-0331.

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