Volunteering

Thank you for your interest in becoming a volunteer! Volunteers give the most valuable gift: time. The valuable services our volunteers provide help Georgia’s wildlife in more ways than one!

Our volunteers get a chance to:

  • Work with wildlife like bats, turtles, songbirds, shorebirds and amphibians
  • Teach the next generation about stewardship, ethics and safety
  • Maintain access to Georgia’s wild places
  • Help with activities at outdoor events, like face painting, fishing stations and archery

Volunteer IncentivesNew! Incentive Recognition Program

For each 50 hours of volunteer service, a volunteer will receive a choice of incentive items recognizing and thanking them for their service. The new hour-tracking system (see next article) will send an email to a volunteer reaching the 50-hour level asking what incentive gift they want for their service.

It is easy to get to 50 hours of service! Come out and help with a clean-up day, kid’s fishing event, help plant flowers, or help with a special project with bats or birds.  We have many opportunities suited for your specific talents. So, what’s next? Sign up to become and volunteer and let the fun begin.


How to Become a Volunteer

  1. Go to www.gooutdoorsgeorgia.com
  2. Click "Sign Up to Volunteer"
  3. Fill out the information and click "Submit"
  4. Once your application is approved, you can then look for volunteer opportunities on the calendar
  5. If you are looking for a specific opportunity, contact Michael Sellers, Michael.Sellers@dnr.ga.gov or 706-557-3101

Forms


Timekeeping

Log your hours below. You can also click here to access the volunteer timekeeping portal. Wildlife Resources Division volunteers do not need to enter a park location.

 

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