Both the site and our organisation share a progressive approach to hands-on conservation work, public education, birding, ecological restoration, cultural programming, communications, and community engagement. We also provide volunteers with specialized training where necessary so that we all learn and grow, and ensure the best possible experience on site.
You must be a member of Wild Bird Trust of BC to volunteer. Join in person by sending Tamiko an email at email@example.com.
How to get involved?
Join a Committee
Help plan and develop programs in culture – such as literary events, art exhibits, public art commissions, and publications – or in education, such as school programs and nature walks
Help with our social media profiles on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, help build and maintain our website, or help with our Wingspan magazine, trail signage, and media releases
Help develop our Habitat Cultural-Use Management Plan, restoration projects, site maintenance, birding, and ecological research projects
Help with grant-writing, events, donor appeals, and bench program
Regular Volunteer Jobs
Grounds Maintenance /
Promoting Coast Salish planting and trail maintenance.
Tues, Thurs 8:30am
Corrigan Nature House Host
Support visitor access and engagement with exhibits and educational displays in Nature House, and host event guests.
Daytime and/or evening commitment.
Welcome visitors as they enter site, hand out maps, share site rules, receive donations and membership applications, and count the number of visitors.
Walk the trail in pairs to interact with the public, respond to questions, share resources about birds and wildlife, and engage with visitors not adhering to rules.
Must be able to walk the trails easily
Social Media Community Manager
Post scheduled and new content on social media and manage public interactions.
Coast Salish Plant Nursery
Help with plant sales and education, tend to plants, and nursery outreach/development (beyond the spring sales seasons).
Saturdays 10am to 2pm spring and summer
Ebird Data Entry
Enter our Monthly Bird Survey data on the online e-bird citizen science platform.
Catalogue publications in Greeter Hut.