Texas Mid-Coast Volunteer
play a vital role in helping the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fulfill
its mission of conserving, protecting and enhancing America's fish and
wildlife and their habitats. The amount of time volunteered varies from
full-time to a few hours a week or month, or during a particular season.
Volunteers perform a
wide variety of tasks. These could include assisting in habitat modification
projects such as developing freshwater impoundments, maintenance projects,
leading tours and providing information and interpretation to the public,
helping with environmental education for school groups, performing clerical
and administrative duties, and taking part in special projects such as
Volunteers with a variety
of skills and interests can play a valuable role at the refuges. Job training
will be provided when necessary. While there is no age limit, anyone under
18 years of age must have written parental approval.
The refuge complex provides
a limited number of RV sites with full hook-ups. These are available at
no charge, in return for 24 hours of volunteer work per person per week.
Arrangements must be made in advance with the volunteer coordinator.
If you would like to
be a part of our committed group of volunteers, please contact the volunteer
coordinator via one of the following methods.
Phone: (979) 233-5338
or Write to:
Texas Mid-Coast National Wildlife
6801 County Road 306
Brazoria, TX 77422
Photo Credit: K. Ramos, USFWS
Photo Credit: C. Wisman, USFWS