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Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society

NWPS focuses on 'Preservation through Education'. We achieve our mandate through the development and delivery of a broad series of educational programs and services, newsletters and correspondence, which reach an average of 7,500 individuals annually. Our primary audience has become school aged children. We introduce them to the wonders of the natural world through in-class presentations, nature walks & workshops and stewardship projects and work to inspire them to become environmental stewards.

Keywords: Wildlife , Environment , Animals



Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society
5066 Kingsway, Suite 203, Burnaby, BC V5H2E7

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society url http://www.northwestwildlife.com/

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society Phone Number 604-568-9160

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society Email address info@northwestwildlife.com



Volunteer Information for Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society

What services does your organization provide?
Through engaging education and stewardship programs, Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society introduces British Columbians to the wonders of the natural world in order to encourage an enduring respect for northwest North American wildlife and wildlife spaces. Our three main programs are Wildlife in Schools, Nature Walks & Workshops and Youth Estuary Stewardship programs offered for free to inner city school children.


Do you have any age requirements?
18


Do you require language proficiency other than in English?
No.


What time commitment(s) are you expecting from a volunteer?

  • Office Administration- 1 to 4 hours per week
  • Outreach- 2 to 4 hours per weekWildlife Research- 1 to 4 hours (as available)Environmental Education Programs- 3 to 6 hours (to be determined by activity)Environmental Events- 1 to 4 hours (depending on event)

What type of volunteer positions are typically available?
NWPS has a wide variety of volunteer opportunities: office administration, outreach, wildlife research, environmental education and stewardship activities. Please see our detailed description of volunteer positions and complete an on-line volunteer registration form.


Do you provide training for volunteers?
No.


How will a person benefit from volunteering with Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society?
Volunteering allows people to put back into nature and make a genuine contribution to it's conservation. It can also be used as work experience or for credits. Volunteering with NWPS is a great way to help educate children about the importance of wildlife in British Columbia.


Do you accept high school students?
No.




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