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Wildlife Rescue

For those 21 years and above, we provide training to handle calls to our 24-hour wildlife rescue hotline, provide assistance, assess the case and handle wildlife for the best possible outcome for the animals.
Currently, our volunteer slots for wildlife rescue are full and no training is conducted due to evolving Covid-19 restrictions. However, you may still indicate your interest via the form, and we will contact you via email notification once the Covid-19 restrictions allow us to host a full scale physical training programme. Thank you.
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Wildlife Sanctuary

For those 18 years and above, this team ensures that the wild animals under our care are provided optimal care. The sanctuary volunteers not only help with cleaning, food preparation, feeding and enrichment but also maintenance of the premises.

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Project Volunteer based

Project-based volunteering (Recommended for VIA & Service Learning)

From sourcing items on our wish list, to raising awareness and funds, the booklet provides you detailed information on the needs of the organisation and projects you can choose from.

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During this Covid period, we have adapted our education programmes to virtual delivery, in addition to the regular physical delivery. In Jan 2021, we launched bi-monthly open houses to continue our outreach efforts, in which outreach volunteers play an important role. This brand new outreach volunteer team (launched in Feb 2021) will offer training programmes to raise the much needed awareness and empower more individuals to take action for the animals. Please register your interest here for this team. Suitable for 18 years and above.

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Urban Birds Ambassador Team

If you’re 17 years and above, hone your communication skills and gain experience with on-the-ground advocacy work with this team. UBA gives you the opportunity to learn more about urban birds like pigeons, mynas and crows, and how to keep their population in check by ending bird feeding in estates. Volunteers will conduct advocacy in teams in different estates in Singapore to educate the public against urban bird feeding, and innovate new advocacy methods in the cause. We provide training which will allow you to understand these birds better, identify pigeon management measures (i.e. education posters, preventative infrastructure, waste management), and science communication lectures that would teach you to communicate scientific data better to the general public. Register online via the link below and we will revert to you with details on training sessions.

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