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Links to F&WS and other Environmental Organizations

   The links to the right will take you the the web sites of organizations that play a roll in local environmental activities.

   There are also multiple links to the growing array of sites provided by the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
   United States Fish and Wildlife Service  This agency, a part of the US Department of the Interior, manages all of the 560+ refuges within the system.

Volunteer LogoFWS Volunteer Page with Volunteer Video

FWS Wildlife Refuges home page

FWS YouTube Channel

FWS Podcast Central

FWS Webcams

FWS Twitter Page

FWS' Scientific publication "Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management"

FWS Southeast Region

National Wildlife Refuge Association
  By combining policy, grassroots development and public education objectives, the National Wildlife Refuge Association (NWRA) works to strengthen the ecological integrity of our national wildlife refuges and thus ensure a diverse spectrum of plants and wildlife well into the future.

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Cooperative Alliance for Refuge Enhancement (CARE)

The Cooperative Alliance for Refuge Enhancement is a national coalition of 22 wildlife, sporting, conservation, and scientific organizations representing a constutuency numbering more than 16 million Americans.  CARE has been working since 1995 to educate Congress, the Administration and the public about America's magnificent national Wildlife Refuge System.

Savannah Ogeechee Audubon Society  Website of the Savannah-area chapter of the National Audubon Society.

Hilton Head Island Audubon Society  Website of the Beaufort County, SC, chapter of the National Audubon Society.

Wilderness Southeast  A non-profit educational organization based in Savannah that organizes tours and other activities

emphasizing appreciation of the unique natural communities that surround us.

Water-Dog Outfitters  Based on Hilton Head Island, this group charters numerous outdoor adventures, including tours of Pinckney Island NWR.  They schedule activities at Pinckney during National Wildlife Refuge Week and donate a portion of the proceeds to FSCWR, Inc.

Coastal Conservation League:  Mission: to protect the natural environment of the South Carolina coastal plain and to enhance the quality of life of our communities by working with individuals, businesses and government to ensure balanced solutions.

Friends of Hunting Island State Park:  A friends group for the park near St. Helena Island, SC.

Clean Coast performs clean-ups on local rivers and beaches.

The Savannah  Riverkeeper's mission is to protect the water quality of the Savannah River, the integrity of its watershed and to promote an enlightened stewardship of this unique heritage.



Friends of the Savannah Coastal Wildlife Refuges, Inc.
PO Box 16841, Savannah, GA, 31416
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