Oatland Wildlife Leaders

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The mission of the Oatland Wildlife Leader (OWL) teen program is to provide rising 8th grade through 12th grade students with an opportunity to increase and share their knowledge of animals and the environment while gaining valuable volunteer experience in a wildlife center setting. 

The OWL program will allow students the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding about wildlife and conservation, learn about our animal collection, sharpen their public speaking and workplace skills as well as engage in a Community Environmental Action Project.

Participation in the OWL program requires ​a 9 month committment. If you are looking to fullfill some of your community service hours for school requirements, we do have special event and summer camp volunteer opportunities, please click here​ for more information.

Applications for the 2020-2021 school year have closed.

Look forward to Spring of 2021 for the next open applications period. 

 OWLS in Action!

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