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Volunteers wanted for Cape Cod National Seashore


Published: Sun April 09, 2006
By: Straight Dope in Classifieds > Wanted
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Cape Cod National Seashore has openings for volunteers in Truro and Provincetown.

*Province Lands Visitor Center. Volunteers staff the information desk, providing driving directions and offering Seashore and area information. Volunteers can also spend time on the observation deck, answering questions and sharing the stories underlying the breathtaking view.

* Old Harbor Life Saving Station, Race Point Beach, Provincetown. Volunteers introduce visitors to the story of Cape Cod’s first life-saving crew.

*Trails and beaches. If you enjoy walking in the Seashore and are familiar with its natural or cultural history, consider sharing your knowledge with visitors. A visitor’s experience can be greatly enhanced by encouraging a volunteer who points out spring warblers on the Beech Forest Trail, or explains the sundry egg cases and shells along the beach.

* Formal presentations (guided walks and talks). Individuals with public speaking, research or canoeing skills, and a strong knowledge of Cape Cod’s natural or cultural history, are invited to explore presenting slide shows, leading hikes or assisting with canoe trips.

For more information, contact Christina Admiral, North District interpreter, at 508-487-2133 or

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