coastal Wildlife Refuge Society
Supporting Northeastern North Carolina's National Wildlife Refuges
Volunteers keep refuges running! See the variety of opportunities you have to help.
Donations to Coastal Wildlife Refuge Society help support a variety of refuge programs and projects.
CWRS supports the annual Wings Over Water Wildlife Festival.
Alligator River, Pea Island, Pocosin Lakes and Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuges offer annual intern positions. Work in the field, lead interpretive trips and learn the many facets of refuge management. Contact Tracey Rock, Volunteer Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org 252-473-1132 X 227
Coastal Wildlife Refuge Society is a non-profit organization established in 1989 to support northeastern North Carolina national wildlife refuges.
SAVE THE DATE!–– December 9, 2017 • Swan Days Festival at Lake Mattamuskeet • 9:00AM–3:00PM. Guided migratory bird tours. Living history of CCC Company 424 (Swan Quarter and Mattamuskeet Camps). Live raptor demonstration by Steve Hoddy of EarthQuest. Exotic bird exhibits by Sylvan Heights Bird Park. Lake Lewis Forrest presentations on Mattamuskeet history. Free photo workshop with Matthew Molt and Allen Phelps. Marco Gibbs presentation on small game trapping. Free decoy carving workshop with Chase Luker. Lunch with the guides who led hunts on Lake Mattamuskeet before 1972, moderated by Morgan Harris. Craft and food vendors. Much more! All ages! For more information, call (252) 926-4021, visit http://www.swandays.com, or visit Swan Days 1017 facebook page.