It may be stamping envelopes or planting trees. They may show up every week or once a year. Regardless of what the commitment looks like, we appreciate every minute our volunteers dedicate to conservation in Delaware.
“I spent my entire life in Delaware but never knew what existed beyond the trees I passed along the highway on my way to the beach.”
“Photographing wildlife has always been close to my heart.”
“It was hard to pass up doing something for these age-old creatures.”
"Depending on observations made by people who weren’t trained botanists posed a challenge."
“Cities around the nation are incorporating conservation strategies for a variety of reasons, including cleaner water and air, economic efficiencies, storm water management, and physical and emotional health benefits.”
“I’ve been to some big cities, but I’m always happiest in places where I can tromp through woods or watch whales . . . . or even check out some interesting bugs.”
"The horseshoe crab count conjured up memories of discovering these creatures on the beach during childhood."
“Typical of many good field biologists, Hilary has excellent skills in bird and plant identification.”