The volunteer program is vital to our refuge with volunteers donating more than 8,000 hours every year. Volunteers help with numerous projects such as migratory bird surveys or other biological surveys, visitor center operations, leading nature tours, and construction projects.
Residential volunteers work three days a week for at least three months. In exchange, they live on the refuge in their RVs where they get their utilities for free. In addition, local volunteers come from neighboring towns. These volunteers might volunteer one day a week or one day a year. Combined, the volunteer program accomplishes a lot of important work for wildlife and visitors to the refuge.
To volunteer, contact the refuge or stop by the visitor center. To learn about volunteer opportunities on federal lands, visit www.volunteer.gov.
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The Oregon spotted frog is named for the black spots that cover the head, back, sides, and legs. The spotted frog is a medium-sized frog, ranging from 44 to 100 millimeters (1.74 to 4 inches) in body length.