Bombay Hook NWR Seeking Volunteers
Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is seeking responsible individuals who have an interest in wildlife conservation, public relations, maintenance work, and environmental education to volunteer their time and talents at the refuge.
Volunteers are needed to staff the Visitor Center and operate the Refuge Store on weekends and weekdays, present environmental education programs for school groups, conduct refuge tours, provide trail and landscaping maintenance, and help with highway cleanups. Volunteers may be called upon for special wildlife projects throughout the year.
Bombay Hook NWR is a part of the Delaware History Trail
Bombay Hook NWR has been selected for inclusion in the Delaware History Trail. Created by the Delaware Tourism Office, the trail includes 36 sites located throughout the state and selected to showcase the First State's abundance of historical sites and to educate visitors and residents about Delaware's place in American history. Visitors can now follow a trail of exploration to discover and experience Delaware's rich heritage. Read about it and learn how you can participate here.
BHNWR Recognized As a Great Scenic Drive on National Wildlife Refuges
To really explore a national wildlife refuge, of course, you’ll want to get out of your car. But sometimes time is short, or you want to get the lay of the land before you set out on foot. No problem. The NWS has ten suggestions including Bombay Hook. You can read the article here.