Visitor Center Host (Weekdays)


In southwest Idaho’s Treasure Valley, surrounded by suburban homes and farmlands, Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge provides refuge for both wildlife and people. The refuge protects the Lake Lowell Unit and the Snake River Islands Unit to provide oases for resident and migratory wildlife,...



13751 Upper Embankment Rd
Nampa, ID 83686
United States

Volunteer Position Overview

Volunteers Needed
Recruitment Start Date
Recruitment End Date
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Training Required
Security Clearance Needed
Adults, Seniors, Teens
Difficulty level
Not Difficult

About This Position

Help staff the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center. Greet refuge visitors and answer their questions about refuge wildlife and recreational activities. Also track visitation, operate videos upon request, and help with other special projects. Shifts available Monday to Friday from 8am to 12pm or 12pm to 4pm.


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