Volunteering in Waterton Lakes National Park is different than in past years due to COVID-19 health and safety measures - but still as interesting and rewarding!
Leave a legacy
Volunteer during Waterton Lakes National Park’s 125th anniversary.
Be a citizen scientist
Assist with collecting wildlife and shoreline litter records for future use and monitoring.
Be a habitat hero
In 1895, non-native spotted knapweed wasn’t on Prince of Wales Hill, let’s work to remove it. Let’s keep the park free of harmful and unsightly litter.
Be a restoration hero
Plant to restore disturbed sites and endangered species. Help collect native plant seed.
Volunteer opportunites in 2020citizen science
iNaturalist - Waterton Lakes National Park natural history
When: Anytime, using smartphone appcitizen science
Christmas Bird Count
When: Sunday, December 20
To be on our volunteer contact list or register for any of our projects, email Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org