While volunteer opportunities are rare at this time, occasionally we are in need of volunteers to assist with specific projects such as wildlife surveys, plant inventory and storm clean up.
The refuge typically has a variety of internship opportunities each summer ranging from biology and invasive species work to interpretation and education. Announcements are posted in November each year and the application period usually closes by the following February. Internships are a great way to experience what it is like to work on public lands and make a contribution to natural resource conservation.
A 501 C3 Non-profit organization devoted to the support of the Mashpee National Wildlife Refuge and it's Partners located in the towns of Falmouth and Mashpee established to raise awareness, provide support and initiate projects that will help benefit the refuge's wildlife and water quality resources.
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Until the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service completes its comprehensive conservation plan for the refuge, all Service-owned lands are officially closed to public access.