We are not accepting applications for this program at this time.
Bird House interpreters staff a resource room in the heart of the exhibit and manage a hands-on cart that can be moved outside or inside. In the Bird Resource Center, interpreters assist visitors with exploring a multitude of interactive and observable elements such as wingspans, feathers, nests, eggs, bones, beaks, and feet.
The Bird Cart brings a selection of touchable objects to the crowds, giving visitors the chance to examine such objects as a flamingo feather and egg while looking at living flamingos.
Special qualifications: A strong interest in birds and a desire and ability to talk with a wide variety of people.
Time commitment: Three three-hour shifts per month for a year and monthly meetings.
Age requirement: You must be at least 18 years old to apply.
Training: Training will not be conducted in 2012.