Give Back: The Rocky Mountain National Wildlife Refuge

Enjoy nature and make a difference by volunteering at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge. With over 15,000 acres, the refuge is a sanctuary for more than 330 species of animals including bison, deer, coyotes, bald eagles and burrowing owls.

Did you know? The refuge was established in part to protect the bald eagle (our national symbol).

The Rocky Mountain Wildlife Refuge offers many outdoor volunteer opportunities that any nature lover would enjoy. These are just a few outdoor activities in which you can get involved and lend a hand:

Trail Crew- Hike trails, interact with visitors and more.

Naturalist– Use creative skills to prepare for, and conduct, interpretive programs for visitors of all ages.

Wildlife Viewing Tour Guide: Provide refuge visitors with a wildlife viewing tour and more.

Bio-tech Assistant-
Assist biology staff with seasonal bird and wildlife studies.

Habitat Restoration- Assist habitat staff with seasonal projects, including projects with native grass and non-native plants studies.

Sign up to volunteer at The Rocky Mountain wildlife Refuge, enjoy nature and help make a difference in our wildlife’s habitat!

Learn more about volunteer opportunities and requirements.

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