You can make a huge difference for habitat and have a lot of fun when you put 13 enthusiastic Defenders’ volunteers into a magnificent National Monument site!
Posts Tagged: Wildlife Volunteer Corps
In Colorado, Defenders’ volunteers worked to keep prairie dogs safe, and habitat healthy for the native wildlife.
This October, the Defenders Wildlife Volunteer Corps once again took to the shrubland of Kittery, Maine, planting 600 plants and continuing to restore habitat for the state-threatened New England cottontail. A big “thank you” from us here at Defenders for all your hard work!
Defenders’ Wildlife Volunteer Corps got down and dirty last month, dedicating a Sunday’s worth of hard labor to help bring burrowing owls back to Sonoma, California. The team buried several 55-gallon plastic drums that had been specially adapted for these unusual, ground-dwelling raptors.
The Defenders’ Wildlife Volunteer Corps once again teams up with the Fish and Wildlife Service in Kittery Maine to plant shrubs to help restore lost habitat for the New England cottontail.