Necedah National Wildlife Refuge provides a variety of opportunities for the public to be involved at the refuge. People can volunteer in two ways: join the Friends of Necedah National Wildlife Refuge and/or become a volunteer with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Volunteers and Friends assist with activities that are all specially focused on our wildlife and their habitats. Activities range from habitat restoration, education programs, special events, facility maintenance, office work and wildlife monitoring. We hope that you will visit us to discover the beauty of the Necedah NWR, view abundant wildlife, learn about the array of habitat types, and find out how the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service manages your refuge. Contact the refuge at 608-565-2551 for volunteer opportunities.
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