Volunteers with the Long Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex enjoy various experiences from monitoring bluebird populations to leading guided nature walks, habitat restoration, maintenance, and clerical duties.
Learn more about the volunteer opportunities available on the refuge.
We have a variety of internships available. Interns usually work twelve weeks in the summer months.
Learn more about the internships available on the refuge.
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These herons can be found using the refuge to feed, roost and nest. Most sightings occur when the birds are flying or roosting in trees and shrubs.