Call for Volunteers!

Want to help save Canada's most endangered bird?

The Northern Spotted Owl Breeding Program is looking for volunteers to lend a hand at the Breeding Centre near Fort Langley, as well as outreach events across the Lower Mainland. Read on to learn about our different volunteer positions!

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, provincial government safety protocols are in place at the Breeding Centre.

Read a full description of each position and its requirements on our VolunteerConnector page.

All volunteers must be at least 16 years old. On-site volunteers must be able to drive their own vehicle to the Breeding Centre, as we are not accessible by public transit and are unable to accommodate pick ups and drop offs. 

Time Commitments:

  • Rodent Care / Site Maintenance: minimum four consecutive hours every two weeks for at least three months

  • Outreach: minimum five events per year

  • Errand Driver: minimum one day per month for three months

Benefits:

  • Be associated with the British Columbia Conservation Foundation, one of the longest-standing conservation initiatives in the province.

  • Be part of a team working to restore the population of one of the most endangered and iconic species in Canada.

  • Networking opportunities, social events with other NSOBP volunteers, and exclusive tours of our facility.

  • Reference provided by request once your time commitment has been met.

How to Apply:

Please apply through our VolunteerConnector page by clicking here.