HELP! The Friends have pledged to the complete replanting of all the native trees, shrubs, tubers, grasses and seeds needed for the two permanent wetlands in front of the Refuge Visitor Center. We need your help in funding this efforts. For as little as $2.00 per plant, you can be part of Planting Your Roots at Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. Please donate funds to purchase plants for the project. We also need help planting those plants which will allow us to purchase even more. Sign up for our planting events. Watch our progress on plant funding and planting. Thank You!
Funds for Plants
Help fund the plant purchase for the Chicken Creek Restoration project. $2.00 per plant.
Refuge2020 is a collaborative effort of The Friends of Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, the Columbia Gorge Refuge Stewards, The Friends of Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Its purpose is to keep you informed about the many wildlife habitat and public access improvements that will be completed or well underway by the year 2020.
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Amphibian Egg Mass Surveys
Calling all amphibian enthusiasts! This February and March we will be conducting amphibian egg mass surveys at the refuge. We will be monitoring for egg mass from four native amphibian species. Come be a part of this long-term and regional effort to help these important indicator species! For more information, check out the volunteer position description, or head to our volunteer page.