YOU can help Felix Neck and the wildlife in our island backyard. Volunteers are needed to monitor salamanders, identify and record dragonflies and damselflies, survey breeding birds, count spawning horseshoe crabs, and more! Training is provided.
Enthusiasm and interest in natural history. Creative and flexible. Responsible and prompt. Ability to work without supervision required.
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