A Volunteer Opportunity is available at
Parker River National Wildlife Refuge!
Parker River NWR offers free interpretive programs to the public (primarily but not limited to children ages 3-15) covering a large variety of subjects relative to the local ecosystem and its inhabitants. We also offer several environmental education programs to schools and other organizations in the area at no charge. We are currently trying to expand our program and want your help. As a volunteer you would begin by aiding our rangers in leading these groups and then progress on to running some independently! This is a great opportunity to become more knowledgeable about your local ecosystem and help the community. All training is free and extensive. Those volunteers with more experience will be encouraged to help develop curriculum for and run future programs. No commitment is too small so please help us develop and grow this community-enriching program!
Preferred Volunteer Qualities:
- Experience working with people.
- Enthusiasm and a passion for the environment
- Good communication skills
- Any knowledge of natural science or our local ecosystems a plus
To express interest or request more information, please contact:
Park Ranger – Visitor Services Specialist
Parker River National Wildlife Refuge
Or e-mail us at FW5RW_PRNWR@fws.gov
Please put “Volunteer Opportunity” in the subject line.