Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Northeast Region
 

1730 Eastern Neck Rd.
Rock Hall, MD 21661
(410) 639-7056

Volunteer at Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge!

The refuge in the fall. Credit: USFWS
The refuge in the fall. Credit: USFWS

Whether you're a student or a retiree … whether you're skilled or require training … whether you can contribute a few hours per week, per month, or per year — there's a place for you at Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge (NWR).

The top ten benefits of volunteering at Eastern Neck NWR are:

  1. The opportunity to make a difference for America's wildlife, environment, and people.
  2. The challenge of gaining new knowledge and learning new skills.
  3. The joy of meeting people — visitors, partners, other volunteers, and staff.
  4. The gratification of sharing your talents with others.
  5. The pride of serving as one of a national coalition of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Volunteers.
  6. The sincere gratitude of the staff of Eastern Neck NWR.
  7. The fun of volunteer recognition dinners, training workshops and special events.
  8. The chance to demonstrate your philosophy of "giving back" to your community.
  9. The privilege of seeing areas of the refuge that are closed to the general public.
  10. The free T-shirt!

To request a volunteer application form, or if you have questions about any of Eastern Neck's volunteer activities, please contact the refuge by calling (410) 639-7056 or email us at r5rw_ennwr@fws.gov

If you're ready to get involved at your national wildlife refuge, or if you have questions about any of Eastern Neck's volunteer activities, please contact the refuge by calling (410) 639-7056.

Click here to find out more about ongoing volunteer positions.

Last updated: March 26, 2012