• A storm gathers behind the pueblo at Tuzigoot

    Tuzigoot

    National Monument Arizona

Volunteer

A local volunteer helps out our Natural Resources Division

Volunteers can help in the Visitor Centers or out in the field!

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We have many opportunities for the public to volunteer within Tuzigoot National Monument. From roving the trails and answering visitors' questions to seed collection with our resources staff, we need your help!

Plus, if you put in just 250 hours you get a NPS Volunteer Pass! Click the link above for infomation on the pass.

To get started please fill out the Volunteer Application. You can then bring it in, or fax it to 928-567-3057. If you have any questions please contact Case Griffing, our Volunteer Coordinator, (928) 567-3322 x230.

If you are interested in national volunteer opportunities please click here.

Did You Know?

Eastern collared lizard at Tuzigoot

The Eastern collard lizard, Crotaphytus collaris, is well known for running on its hind legs at about a 45 degree angle, making it look like a small dinosaur. They are often seen at Tuzigoot National Monument.