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Group Viewing Birds

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, taking photographs, or collecting video footage. 

  • Help With Research Projects

    Wolf Whisker Harvest

    Our Wildlife Biologists often need help gathering data or samples. Lend a hand!

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  • Help Injured Wildlife

    Bald Eagle Rescue

    Find out how to respond when you find wildlife in need of care.

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  • Become a Volunteer

    Volunteer at Work

    Anyone can make a difference for wildlife and wild lands.

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Page Photo Credits — Group Viewing Birds, Julia Pinnix/USFWS, Wolf Whisker Harvest, Dominique Watts/USFWS, Bald Eagle Rescue, Liz Julian/USFWS, Volunteer at Work, Bret Greenheck/USFWS
Last Updated: Feb 14, 2014
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