REGI is a non-profit organization dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of injured and orphaned native bird species and public education on wildlife and conservation issues. REGI provides medical treatment, food, housing, and professional care to assure release back into the wild for 800-1000+ birds annually.  REGI conducts over 200 education programs with live birds of prey to more than 10,000 people annually. REGI is seeking an energetic and dynamic person for a position as Wildlife Educator.  The ideal candidate would have excellent communication skills, previous teaching experience, interact well with children as well as adults, and have a strong interest in conservation.


This position is the core of the education department. The Wildlife Educat

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