3325 Green Jay Road
Alamo, TX 78516
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Weed/Invasive Species Control
Stories About Volunteering
Some migratory shorebirds fly long distances. We mean really, really long distances. Shorebirds can fly from as far away as South America to the northern end of Alaska in the summer and back again during the winter on a pathway known as the Pacific Flyway. But where do birds fly? How do we know...
In the heart of the Lowcountry in South Carolina, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has five houses, more than 36,000 acres, an historic rice-growing plantation, two major rivers, and a 7,500-square foot facility, which is open to the public.
After a long career with the Department of Defense, working on multi-million-dollar security programs and weapons systems for the U.S. Armed Forces and with partner nations, serving all over the Southeast and abroad, Tom Ress took refuge. “I love the outdoors and nature and found myself spending an...
Urban Bird Treaty city partnerships have been busy protecting habitat and helping communities deepen their connections to birds! Partners in Albuquerque, NM, Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN, Ogden, UT, and Anchorage, AK, have some great accomplishments to share from all their hard work making these cities...
Working closely with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service team at Waccamaw, nine cadets from The Citadel, a military institution in Charleson, South Carolina, helped preserve and conserve the landscape both for the wildlife on the refuge and those who visit.
When Don Crutchfield first visited Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge as part of an organized community walk, he immediately fell in love with it. Now he volunteers there every week.
Other Ways to Work with Us
Are you looking for something different than a volunteer opportunity? The Fish and Wildlife Service employs around 9,000 people nationwide and offers great internship opportunities every year.