Already a volunteer? The National Wildlife Federation appreciates your work on behalf of wildlife and we have tried to bring together the resources to help you successfully achieve your goals.
General Resources: Here you can find forms that you will need for volunteering, habitats tip sheets, PowerPoints for presentations and information about dealing with the media.
Order Materials: As a registered volunteer, you can order the National Wildlife Federation supplies you need for presentations, tabling events, and teaching classes.
Log your hours: The National Wildlife Federation asks you to please log all your volunteer hours at least once a month. This helps us apply for grants and it qualifies you for special benefits and discounts. Need help logging your hours? Find the instructions here.
Share Your Photos: Upload photos of your volunteer effort to our Flickr group.
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