Butterfly House Guide and Netter
Are you personable and love to be around insects, in particular butterflies and caterpillars?
Do you mind going out into Tyler’s gardens and meadows in search for butterflies and caterpillars?
Then volunteering in Tyler’s seasonally open Butterfly House may be the ideal place for you to spend your summer.
Netters need to be comfortable working outdoors, sometimes in extreme weather.
Butterfly House Guides engage welcome and orientate visitors and provide positive and educational information about butterflies and caterpillars. In this role you will teach visitors about the butterfly life cycle and explain how butterflies and caterpillars depend on plants to complete their life cycle.
This is an active role that requires the ability to stand, walk, and stoop for up to 2 hours at one time. In this role you must be people oriented and enjoy engaging diverse volunteers and visitors including children. Have an email account that is checked on a regular basis (once per week).
When: Several shifts available from mid-July to Labor Day. Training will be posted and usually takes place in early to mid-June.
If you have questions about this or any volunteer opportunity at Tyler, please contact: