Volunteer

Volunteers Lake Lafayette Island Party

Thank you for your interest in volunteering to conserve Florida's fish and wildlife. As a volunteer, you can help to further the mission of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC):

Managing fish and wildlife resources for their
long-term well-being and the benefit of people.

With increasing pressures on Florida's fish, wildlife, and habitats, we cannot accomplish our mission without your assistance. The FWC benefits from the skills and dedication of our volunteers, and in turn, we strive to offer a fulfilling, meaningful, and satisfying volunteer experience.

You can make a positive impact by assisting with activities such as biological sampling and monitoring, habitat restoration, laboratory work, education and outreach, and many others.

FWC has many volunteer opportunities. Check out our program links for more information, or contact the program coordinator.

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FWC Facts:
The world's whooping crane population has gradually increased from a low of 22 birds in 1941 to 503 birds in 2009.

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