Animal Care Volunteer
Care for the animals of the Museum's living collections from 8am-12pm. The main duties involve preparing food for the animals in the Living Collections as well as cleaning their enclosures. The Animal Care volunteer cares for a wide range of animals including (but not limited to) snakes, turtles, frogs, salamanders, rats, and many invertebrate species. Be prepared to get dirty.

Position requirements:
- Must be 18 years or older
- Must have experience caring for animals (including pets)
- Commitment to a regular 8am-12pm shift for at least one year
- Willingness to feed live invertebrates and frozen/thawed fish and pinky mice to other animals
- Comfortable working around and cleaning animal waste
- Comfortable touching and handling snakes, turtles, rats, and some invertebrates
- Able to bend to floor level, climb on step stool, reach, and lift 20 pounds
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This position's current openings are from 8am-12pm. *
Are you a current CAS/PNNM volunteer?
Are you a current Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum Member?
If you are new to our organization, how did you hear about us?
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