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Volunteers in Alaska were busy clearing invasive clover.


Volunteer opportunities with the USFWS may be found at more than 500 refuges and hatcheries throughout the United States. The best way to begin is to visit the Web site of a particular refuge or hatchery – and then visit the actual location.

Locate a refuge or hatchery near you.

If volunteer programs are not listed at the particular refuge or hatchery Web site that interests you, call or email directly.

Comprehensive List of Refuges and Hatcheries with Resident Opportunities


Volunteer Application (560 KB PDF)

Volunteer Coordinators (16 KB PDF)

Last updated: February 10, 2017
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