More than 200 nonprofit Refuge Friends organizations support national wildlife refuges, whether they work with a single refuge, a refuge complex or an entire state. Friends members are crucial to conserving and protecting our nation’s wildlife and teaching millions of Americans that their actions today determine the conservation legacy of tomorrow.
More than 42,000 people volunteer their time and ideas each year to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Whether they work on the land, in a visitor center or with youth, they contribute to the conservation mission that reaches back more than a century.
Wolf Island NWR is unique with regards to volunteers; due to its Wilderness designation, its remote location, and the fact that the refuge uplands are closed to public use, there are no volunteer opportunities currently available.
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Wolf Island NWR was designated a National Wilderness Area in 1975, and is one of 765 of these special places found throughout the United States.