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Volunteers Building Outhouse

From its start in 1903, the National Wildlife Refuge System has owed its very existence to concerned citizens eager to protect America's natural resources. The USFWS in Alaska offers a variety of once in a lifetime volunteer adventures in wildlife conservation. Especially, during the busy summer field season you can serve by: assisting field biologists, teaching children about nature, providing information to visitors, carpentry projects, field camp operation, or collecting video footage.
 

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    Catching Bees for Science

    You can play a role in caring for wild lands and wildlife.

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  • Help Injured Wildlife

    Rescued Eagle

    We all can aid wildlife in need. Find out how...

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  • Help with Research Projects

    Counting Birds

    We often could use help with projects. Check out some options...

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Page Photo Credits — Volunteers Building Outhouse, Julia Pinnix/USFWS, Catching Bees for Science, Tara Callaway/USFWS, Rescued Eagle, Liz Julian/USFWS, Counting Birds, Orville Lind/USFWS
Last Updated: Aug 25, 2014
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