The 2015 piping plover season is about to start – and we are looking for volunteers! Volunteers are needed to help protect nesting territories, educate the public on plover biology and local laws, monitor beaches, and document activity at nesting sites. Volunteers play a vital role in helping the FWS fulfill its mission of conserving, protecting and enhancing America’s fish, wildlife and plants and the habitats on which they depend. We hope you will consider spending time with us to help us help wildlife. If you are interested in volunteering, please join us!
Ryan Kleinert, USFWS Wildlife Biologist and Rhode Island Piping Plover Coordinator