Raptor Curator

Learn how to feed and care for the center's resident birds of prey

The Sharon Audubon Center is home to many non-releasable birds who serve as education ambassadors. All of our birds are permanently disabled and need care every day. Our hawks and owls are used in a large number of raptor programs and need socialization so that they will be more comfortable around people. Volunteer duties include removal of old food and waste, cleaning cages, and providing fresh food and water. Interested volunteers can eventually be trained to handle the birds so that they may be taken for walks outside in the sunlight. Space is limited for this position. Volunteers must be responsible and aware of the risks involved when working with raptors.

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