Birding Volunteers

Facility

Established in 1943 for the protection of migratory birds, Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge is positioned along an east-west and north-south juncture of two major migratory routes for many species of birds. It is also at the northern-most point for many species whose range extends south into...

Location

Address

3325 Green Jay Road
Alamo, TX 78516
United States

Volunteer Position Overview

Volunteers Needed
-
Recruitment Start Date
Recruitment End Date
Days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Training Required
No
Security Clearance Needed
No
Virtual
No
Suitability
Adults, Seniors
Difficulty level
Average

About This Position

Birders familiar with Rio Grande Valley Species are preferred but experienced birders are welcome. Tours lead from visitor center and involve taking small groups out on refuge trails to learn about valley species. Must be good with people and able to work with varying group experiences.

Duties/Activities

Fish/Wildlife
Tour Guide/Interpretation

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