Founded in 1970 at Cornell University, The Peregrine Fund pioneered captive breeding techniques which lead to the release of over 4,000 Peregrine Falcons into the wild. Our proudest day was when the Peregrine Falcon was taken off the Endangered Species List in 1999. We are currently breeding California Condors and are involved in conservation work with many species worldwide.
At the World Center for Birds of Prey, we provide opportunities for the public to learn about our projects and impact as well as the biology and conservation of birds of prey. Our excellent team of volunteers are trained to share the life changing stories of conservation and to help our guests make a personal connection with the birds which we are helping to conserve.
Your next next step in becoming one of our volunteers is to complete the application form below.
Upon review, you may be asked to participate in an interview - then potentially complete an orientation and training.
Please don't hesitate to call or email me with any questions.
I look forward to receiving your application,
Volunteer Coordinator - The Peregrine Fund