Tag Archive: Volunteers

14 Refuges: Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge

Valle de Oro National Wildlife RefugeA Model Urban Refuge in the Southwest A short drive south of Albuquerque, New Mexico, sits the Mountain View neighborhood of South Valley, an industrial manufacturing town that has dealt with a long history of …

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14 Refuges: Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

“The refuge gets a lot of visitors for a few reasons. For one, they are located between two major cities and at the southern end of the Puget Sound. That’s a lot of traffic. And the people of the Pacific Northwest love to be outdoors,” says Visitor Services Manager Jennifer Cutillo.

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Three Reasons We Love Refuge System Friends and Volunteers

It’s National Volunteer Week! We appreciate and thank all of the Friends and volunteers of the National Wildlife Refuge System – wildlife refuges simply wouldn’t be the same without them.  More than 36,000 individuals volunteer their time to the Refuge …

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Valle De Oro National Wildlife Refuge Friends, Volunteers, and Supporters Contributing to Scientific Research

The very first urban national wildlife refuge in the Southwest, Valle De Oro National Wildlife Refuge, is also one of the first to take part in the pilot project called Nature’s Notebook. Nature’s Notebook is an online monitoring program of …

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