You can help us fulfill our mission by becoming a SEA member. To become a member, complete the Membership Form below and click “Submit.”
Annual membership for an individual is $20; for a family (2 or more people living at the same residence) it is $35. A Lifetime Membership can be purchased for a one-time fee of $250.
For your convenience we offer you PayPal as a safe and convenient way to either pay membership dues or to make an additional donation. Simply click on the “Donate” button at the bottom of this page.
(PLEASE NOTE: Clicking only on the “Submit” button at the bottom of the Membership Form will not pay the membership fee. This form will come to SEA to let us know you wish to be a member. To pay the membership fee, you need either to mail a personal check to SEA or pay the fee via the “Donate” button at the bottom of this page.)
If you prefer paying by check, please mail it to: SEA Membership, PO Box 957, Bandon, OR, 97411.
We are always looking for more volunteers to further the objectives of SEA and the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge. If you want to increase your involvement with SEA, please consider volunteering. Some volunteer opportunities are seasonal, while some can be done all year long.
As a Friends Group of USF&WS, many of these efforts are geared toward assisting their staff. SEA activities are on the left side below, USF&WS are on the right.
We would be happy to discuss these opportunities with you. You may call our volunteer coordinator, Bill Binnewies, at (541) 313-6751 to find out more about any of them.
If you wish to volunteer for any of the activities listed below for the US Fish&Wildlife Service, you can call Kate Iaquinto, Bandon Marsh Manager, at (541) 347-1470.
Wildlife Interpreter Invasive Species Control
Photographer Pollinator Gardening
Social Media Contributor Refuge Clean Up
Research and Writing
Presenting to groups
To volunteer, simply complete and submit the form below. We would love to have you join us in our efforts to make a positive difference in the health of our marvelous marine environment.