From its start in 1903, the National Wildlife Refuge System has owed its very existence to concerned citizens eager to protect America's natural resources.
Volunteering at Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge can be an extremely rewarding experience. Services performed by volunteers are invaluable in accomplishing refuge goals, and are important in wildlife conservation. Volunteer services are needed most at the refuge during the spring, summer and fall months.
Whether you want to make a long or short term commitment, the refuge may have a volunteer opportunity for you. Contact the refuge to learn more.
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Prairie dogs play a critical role in the prairie ecosystem. They leave vacant burrows that are important to Texas horned lizard, burrowing owls, black-footed ferret and even rattlesnakes.