The 2016 issue of Birder’s Guide to Conservation & Community features an article written by Jason A. Crotty called “Birders Making a Difference in National Wildlife Refuges”. With the article, Jason explains how volunteers–including many birders–are essential to the everyday and continued functioning of the U.S.’s national wildlife refuge system.
Jason’s article is accessible online only–part of the expanded electronic content we’re thrilled to offer in addition to the printed magazine. To access the article, simply click here. It’s free, and while you don’t have to be an ABA member to read it, it you like what you see, consider taking a step to ensure future issues of Birder’s Guide by signing up to be an ABA member.
Do you have questions about the the volunteering at a national wildlife refuge? Stories of your own volunteer experiences that you’d like to share? Please let us know in the comment section below.
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