We have had exemplary volunteers who helped us in so many ways at Tetlin. Because of our volunteers, we have been able to complete the construction of an interpretive pavilion at our Deadman Lake Campground, offer interpretive programs to visitors on weekends, take visitors on guided hikes, and re-stain and spruce up other facilities. Not only have we had extraordinary volunteers--they've become valued friends that we look forward to welcoming back the next time their travels bring them to Alaska.Check out some of the ways our former volunteers have helped us.
See Volunteer Gallery
Would you like to volunteer next year at a refuge?
Friends of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges goals:
For more information about the Alaska Friends group, please check out their web site at http://www.alaskarefugefriends.org
Follow Us Online
Thousands of birds like this Wilson's Warbler are banded each fall at the Refuge's migration banding station near Tok.