The Interpretive Center is currently seeking volunteers – weekends in December through January.
Located in Rockport, WA the Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center provides education about bald eagles and spawning salmon during the peak of eagle migration on the Skagit River in the form of guided nature walks, local eagle watching information, presentations by a variety of experts, and school programs.
If you’re passionate about conservation education or want to learn more about our focus, consider volunteering with us. We have a wonderful team that are knowledgeable and the Interpretive Center promotes a culture of learning and curiosity for all ages that is extremely infectious.
Volunteers work in a variety of areas:
- Welcome guests from across the region
- Provide information for prime eagle watching spots
- Work in our gift shop
- Assist guided nature walks, and more
How do I begin volunteering? Contact us to discuss your interest and availability: firstname.lastname@example.org, 360-853-7626.
Volunteer Information Flyer
Volunteer Agreement Form
An orientation for new and returning SRBEIC volunteers covering Interpretive Center programming and operations is offered mid-November. New volunteers are also asked to attend the U.S. Forest Service volunteer training offered the first weekend in December to learn about the Skagit River watershed, eagles, and salmon.
Come Join Us! – Over 20+ Years of Eagle and Skagit River Ecosystem Stewardship