Volunteer at the Zoo as a Conservation Ambassador

Conservation Ambassadors help the El Paso Zoo and Botanical Gardens with its mission of celebrating the value of animals and natural resources and in creating opportunities for people to rediscover their connection to nature. The Zoo has a new Chihuahuan Desert Exhibit and the City of El Paso Volunteer Program offers numerous opportunities to engage zoo guests with conservation messages including how the zoo is actively involved in saving endangered species around the world.

Mexican wolf born at the Zoo in 2022

Malayan Tiger

As a City of El Paso Conservation Ambassador volunteer you pick your own hours and the animals you are interested in and best of all you get to come to the Zoo as often as you wish, become a zoo insider and contribute to our community’s conservation efforts while being an advocate for endangered species like Asian elephants, tigers, lions, wolves, jaguars and more. There is no long term commitment and you can volunteer for one day a year or for as many days as you want.

Sumatran orangutan mother and baby born on June 2, 2022.

There is always something new including new exhibits like the upcoming Penguin Exhibit and special events like Party for the Planet and BugFest.

The application is process is very simple and once you have been interviewed you can start volunteering as soon as you are ready.

Register to become a City of El Paso Zoo Conservation Volunteer today. Help others connect with and value the Chihuahuan Desert and wildlife around the world.

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