Volunteers serve a vital role in helping the USFWS fulfill its mission of conserving, protecting and enhancing America’s fish and wildlife and their habitats. No special skills are needed to be a USFWS volunteer. While there is no age limit, anyone under 18 years must have written parental approval. Organized group participation is welcomed and encouraged. Volunteers are welcome regardless of race, religion, age, gender, nationality or disability. Volunteers interested in habitat management, wildlife management, biological themes, research, or other refuge-oriented goals and missions are encouraged to contact us.Volunteers are valuable to the management of our Nation’s fish and wildlife resources. You can enjoy a productive and rewarding experience as a volunteer on refuges in the Theodore Roosevelt NWR Complex. Sign up today: Send your name, address, phone number, e-mail address and your interests and qualifications to email@example.com. We will do the rest.You can also check out volunteer opportunities at other Refuges throughout the United States by visiting http://www.fws.gov/volunteers/.
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Louisiana black bears are a subspecies of the American black bear and are currently listed as Threatened on the Endangered Species List. Once commonly found throughout Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas, they now have an extremely limited range in Mississippi.