The reserve offers many opportunities to volunteer.
Snowy Plover Docent Program
The Snowy Plover docent informs beach visitors about the biology and conservation efforts to protect the Western Snowy Plover. During a 2-hour shift on the beach weekly you will have a fantastic opportunity to make a difference while enjoying a beautiful beach. To learn more, email email@example.com
Staff, students, and volunteers restore the degraded lands of the reserve into rich and diverse native habitats. Activities include seed collection, propagation of native species, planting, and removing invasive species. To help with restoration projects, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tour Guide Program
If you enjoy public speaking and spending time outdoors, volunteering as a tour guide could be a great opportunity for you! Tour guides lead tours on the first Saturday of each month. Tours are also scheduled at other times for private groups and classes. The docent-led tour is a beautiful 2-hour walk through the reserve’s main habitats.
To enroll to be a tour guide email email@example.com
Nature Center Docent Program
The Nature Center docent interprets the exhibits and answers questions about the reserve to the visitors. The Nature Center is open to the general public on the first Saturday of every month from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, during docent-led tours. To become a Nature Center docent, email firstname.lastname@example.org