Natural Resources Volunteers help monitor or survey designated wildlife populations or habitat such as songbirds, raptors, turtles, dragonflies, butterfly larvae, invasive plants and others as needed.
VOLUNTEER ROLES: Natural Resources Monitors observe and record data on numbers, health and behavior of wildlife or plant populations on a pre-set trail or area. May include cleaning and repairing of nesting boxes. Basic skill level required.
Natural Resources Surveyors search for wildlife or plant populations, nests, etc. May involve mapping, use of GPS or tracking devices, and ability to accurately identify targeted species. Prior knowledge and advanced skill level required.
Locations may include: Baker, Carver, Crow-Hassan, Elm Creek, Hyland and Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserves, Eagle Lake and French Regional Parks, Noerenberg Gardens, Silverwood Park and Gale Woods Farm.
For more information on volunteering with Three Rivers, visit our web site at www.threeriversparks.org/volunteer or contact the Volunteer Office at 763/559-6706, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Administrative Center, 3000 Xenium Lane N, Plymouth, MN 55441, US
The mission of Three Rivers Park District is to promote environmental stewardship through recreation and education in a natural resources-based park system.
Volunteers help to make the Park District a fun, safe, educational environment for people of all ages, interests and abilities. Volunteers may be involved with nature, cultural history, recreation and farm programs; site enhancement; events; golf course; public safety; and, natural resources management. Groups may help clean up the parks or perform other tasks that are appropriate for the size and age of the group. Check out the current newsletter at ThreeRiversParks/volunteer.