Friends of Cape Wildlife Developing 24/7 Hotline, Seeks Volunteers

SOUTH YARMOUTH – A Cape Cod non-profit organization that supports the compassionate care, advocacy and protection of wildlife is developing a 24/7 cloud-based wildlife hotline.

The Friends of Cape Wildlife is creating the hotline which will provide a responsive system of life-saving information to callers with live operators.

A free workshop to train volunteers on how to advise callers about non-lethal solutions for wildlife in distress will be held October 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the International Fund for Animal Welfare in South Yarmouth.

The workshop is designed to educate volunteers who would like to become a member of the wildlife hotline team of operators, rescuers and transporters. Local animal control officers, department of natural resources officers or municipal officials are also welcome to attend.

Advanced registration is required. To register click here.

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