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Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

Due Date: 2025-04-04T21:00:00.000Z
Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge has been conserving and enhancing California Central Valley habitat and wildlife since 1992 How Can I Help? Volunteer Community Service Day opportunities for the public and students vary upon season and will be posted on the website. When a regular volunteer or paid seasonal position becomes available it will be posted on the website for open recruitment. Currently, all positions are filled. Another great way to volunteer at the refuge is through the Sacramento Tree Foundation, who holds several habitat restoration days on the refuge throughout the year. To sign-up and volunteer for these projects, go to the Sacramento Tree Foundation website for upcoming workdays. If you're interested in working with rehabilitated animals, please contact the Sacramento Wildlife Care Association. The refuge does not rehabilitate injured or orphaned animals. Our website is, contact email is, contact phone is (916) 775-4421

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