Volunteers in the Southeast
Southeast Region

Volunteer on a National Wildlife Refuge or National Fish Hatchery Near You!

Most national wildlife refuges and hatcheries have needs that can be met by volunteers. So, the best way to begin a volunteer experience on a local refuge or hatchery is to visit the National Volunteer Database and discover what opportunites are available. Once you find a position that sounds appealing, contact the refuge or hatchery and introduce yourself to the staff (especially the manager), share information about your talents, skills, abilities, and passions, and offer to help out.

For addtional information contact:
Sallie Gentry, Southeast Region Volunteer Coordinator
Phone (404) 679-7293, Fax (404) 679-7256
sallie_gentry@fws.gov
1875 Century Blvd., Suite 420
Atlanta, Georgia 30345

A Volunteer Helps Out with a Sea Turtle Project.

A Volunteer Helps Out with a Sea Turtle Project at Cape Romain NWR. Photot Credit: USFWS

Last Updated: 6/24/13