Volunteers needed to help injured, orphaned wildlife

If you like to be around wildlife and have some spare time on your hands, the Colorado Division of Wildlife has an offer for you.

The Grand Valley Wildlife Rescue Team, a well-trained cadre of volunteers working with professional wildlife managers, is recruiting a few new members.

The rescue team assists the DOW by responding to calls about injured or orphaned wildlife and helps transport the animals to veterinarians or the local DOW office.

You don’t need a wildlife degree, simply a love for wild things.

WHO: The Grand Valley Wildlife Rescue Team and the Colorado Division of Wildlife.

WHAT: Seeking new members to help rescue and transport injured and orphaned wildlife.

WHERE: Interviews will be 6 p.m. Feb. 17 at DOW Northwest Regional Service Center, 711 Independent Ave.

WHEN: Selected volunteers must attend a training session Feb. 27.

HOW: Contact Frank McGee, DOW district wildlife manager, by calling 255-6115 or e-mailing .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


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