You can make a big difference for wildlife affected by the Gulf Coast tragedy.
National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife Surveillance network is the only volunteer corps monitoring and recording impact of the oil spill on all wildlife, and we need your help!
Volunteer today to grow and expand the network of volunteers across the coast.
Volunteers participate on a weekly basis by walking, rowing, or boating a specific section of the Gulf and reporting observations of wildlife affected by oil.
Reports include observation, GPS and photographic data. The data being collected will help to create a map of the extent and degree of impact to assist with future habitat restoration.
Make a difference for wildlife and coastal habitats by volunteering today!
Volunteers are required to:
We are looking for individuals with the following interest and skills:
Still interested? Sign up today!
Training is provided for qualified individuals.
National Wildlife Federation