About the BioPark

caption:Koala at the ABQ BioPark Zoo

Touchpool Volunteers

Facilitate the two interactive exhibits in the Aquarium using a variety of marine animals including invertebrates, sharks and stingrays to teach visitors about marine life and conservation through hands-on learning opportunities.

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Associations

As a institution fostering environmental awareness, education, and stewardship, the ABQ BioPark is proud to be a member of several professional associations.

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Nature Guides

Facilitate summer discovery stations at the ABQ BioPark Zoo, Aquarium and Botanic Garden. Teach visitors about the fascinating world of animals and plants, while inspiring a sense of stewardship towards the earth and its inhabitants. (14+)

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BioVan Rangers

BioVan Rangers support the BioVan program by helping teach about the Rio Grande at elementary schools and special events in the Albuquerque area.

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BioPark Docent

Introduce visitors to the amazing diversity of life, help them see how everything is connected and encourage everyday conservation.

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Garden Railroader

Garden Railroad Volunteers operate and maintain the ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden's G-scale model trains and exhibit while talking to the public about the various trains in operation.

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Greeters

Act as hosts and hostesses for visitors of the Zoo, Aquarium and Botanic Garden.

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Horticulture Volunteers

Horticulture Volunteers assist the BioPark horticulture staff with routine garden maintenance and special plant projects at the Botanic Garden and Zoo.

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