SORCO seeks volunteers
South Okanagan Rehabilitation Centre for Owls is a registered non-profit organization celebrating its 25th anniversary. Our purpose is to treat and care for injured and orphaned birds of prey, owls, eagles, osprey and hawks. Our goal is to rescue, rehabilitate and release all birds of prey back into the wild. Due to human impact and the dwindling population of raptors, we are dedicated to their preservation through upkeep of the clinic facilities and the organization itself.
In addition, SORCO has a mission to focus on promotional and education programs which generate public interest and support for the preservation of this vital part of our natural inheritance, and contribute to the overall quality of life of the area.
We are currently seeking new board members or volunteers to assist us in a new phase of our operations, the building of a new clinic, expansion of our education program and fundraising and marketing. Typically board members devote about 10 hours a month and attend four board meetings a year. If you have an interest please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.