About

The Refuges

John West Kestrel


The U.S.  Fish & Wildlife Service's Lake Havasu NWR Complex consists of two Refuges, the  Bill Williams River NWR  and the Havasu NWR, both Refuges located in the lower Colorado River valley of western Arizona. Our group supports their work in many ways.

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In addition to giving financial support, your involvement is important to help improve and maintain these beautiful refuges.

Members are as involved as they want to be.  Some of our members are active volunteers, others only attend specific activities they are interested in.  

Dorothy (DeeDee) DeLorenzo Scholarship Fund

The Dorothy (DeeDee) DeLorezo Scholarship Fund

Honoring our 2012-2019 President and Founding Member, "DeeDee," family and friends established a scholarship fund for students pursuing careers in fish and wildlife management, environmental education and science, and related fields.

Donate to Our Scholarship Fund

The Dorothy "DeeDee" DeLorenzo Scholarship Fund honors our Founding Member and President from 2012-2019.

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Other Donation

Donors are ordinary people who care about our mission. They may be wealthy, they may be impoverished, or they may be somewhere in between. What they have in common is their desire to make a difference by investing in our work. 

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