The Oregon Marine Mammal Stranding Network relies on the involvement of local Oregonian volunteers, who serve as its eyes and ears on the beaches. For more information, please contact Jim Rice, Stranding Program Manager, at (541) 867-0446 or email@example.com.
Each winter, MMI instructors introduce gray whale biology and behavior to volunteers of Oregon Whale Watch, a program of Oregon State Parks. These volunteers help guide thousands of Oregon Coast visitors during peak gray whale migrations. For information about becoming an Oregon Whale Watch volunteer, visit the Oregon Whale Watch website.
For other marine science volunteer opportunities, please visit the Hatfield Marine Science Center Undergrad Scholarships and Internships webpage (scroll to the bottom for Volunteer Opportunities).
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