Calling all outdoor enthusiasts, wildlife observers, environmental educators
WhenIt's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.
WhereBill Williams River & Havasu NWR Complex60911 N Highway 95Parker, AZ 86403
Volunteers are an essential part of operations at Bill Williams River and Havasu National Wildlife Refuges, staffing the Visitor Center at the "Bill Will", conducting wildlife surveys and assisting with biological studies, presenting interpretive walks and talks, constructing and maintaining refuge facilities and trails, improving habitat, and more!
Situated in central-western Arizona along the Lower Colorado River, the Bill Williams River extends a short 40 miles before emptying into the Colorado River at Lake Havasu. A portion of the river and its unique habitat are protected within the Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge and offers a glimpse into what this landscape looked like hundreds of years ago.
The Havasu NWR is comprised of 37,515 acres along the lower Colorado river in Arizona and California. The refuge protects 30 river miles and encompasses 300 miles of shoreline from Needles, California, to Lake Havasu City, Arizona. One of the last remaining natural stretches of the lower Colorado River flows through the 20-mile long Topock Gorge.
Bring your skills, talents, and energy; we’ll supply the rest, including training and uniforms.
- People Skills
- Problem Solving
- Habitat Restoration
- Environmental Policy
- Environmental Education
Good Match For
Kids Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- Daily, weekly, monthly as available
- Training for all tasks provided, so only an interest in the work of the refuges is needed