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Huron-Clinton Metroparks

Remote volunteer activities

The Metroparks are asking volunteers to help making nesting boxes to be used at Farm and Nature Centers. **This is a remote volunteer opportunity**

Volunteers will be responsible for purchasing all materials, and to follow the posted instructions which have been approved by the Interpretive staff. If volunteers have their own plans, they will need to ask for approval to use those plans. Plans and additional information can be found here: metroparks.com NEED WEBPAGE

Volunteers will build the item remotely, then will contact Katie to arrange a drop off date at the park office or Farm/Nature Center. 

The Metroparks staff will be responsible for installation.

Please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. Thank you!

Created by:   Katie Kowalski
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Available Slot

Native Bee Houses (Kensington Farm Center)) (5)


Native Bee Houses (Kensington Nature Center) (5)

All slots filled
Janna Skwirsk (5)
Can we sign up for 6? I will have 6 girls participating for girl scouts

Screech Owl nest boxes (Oakwoods Nature Center) (12)


Screech Owl nest boxes (Lake Erie) (8)


Kestrel nest boxes (Oakwoods Nature Center) (5)

3 of 5 slots filled
Mirabelle Greig
Per Katie Kowalski, we will bring box to Stony Creek office for delivery to Oakwood.
Liz Wheeler (2)
I live in Livingston County. Would I be able to drop off at Huron Meadows metropark office.

Kestrel nest boxes (Lake Erie) (5)


Bat boxes (Kensington Farm Center) (5)


Invasive plant observation

Volunteers will record observations in Survey123

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