Our volunteers and New Mexico Youth Conservation Corps members have made Wildlife West Nature Park what it is today. Each year, these profoundly generous people donate thousands of hours of their time and skills to help with construction, maintenance, operations, animal enrichment, sustainability, and educational programs. Our gratitude to all our current and past volunteers knows no bounds. Volunteering at Wildlife West is a rewarding and valuable experience. If you are interested in volunteering with us in any area, we’d love to work with you! Come and join us and help to build, maintain, and educate.

Volunteers are always welcome and projects are underway every day of the week. If you would like to spend a few hours in beautiful countryside while making a contribution to this worthwhile project, please call (505)281-7655 now!

Wildlife West Nature Park offers regular training sessions for docents and animal keepers. Docent training includes learning how to deal with groups of different types (preschool through seniors, English speaking to deaf visitors), learning (lots) about our animals, developing a relationship with the animals to enhance tours, and other important subjects associated with operation of the Park.

Call (505) 281 7655 for details of our next training sessions.

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