As a donor to this project, you have joined with many others, including the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, BirdsCaribbean, and Sustainable Grenadines, to make possible recent research on the relationship between Caribbean residents and seabirds. Together we are making a real difference on the ground for Caribbean wildlife.
Now there are even more ways to help and get others involved!
As noted in our most recent report from the field, there are fishermen and other stakeholders who would like to help protect seabirds. We will be partnering with these individuals on a volunteer warden program. This is where you come in!
We are looking for a great design for the logo which the volunteer wardens can display to show they are part of this conservation effort. If you or somebody you know has experience in design and can lend some talent to this cause, please contact Natalia at email@example.com.
If you are a sailor interested in sailing through the Caribbean to help with our wildlife surveys, please contact Natalia at firstname.lastname@example.org. Dates can be flexible and in-kind contributions may be tax-deductible.
Maybe you have an idea for getting involved that we haven't thought of yet. If so, please tell us about it!
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