Volunteering is an exciting and rewarding way to participate with Audubon. We are always looking for enthusiastic individuals or groups of people to work with us to further our mission to conserve and restore natural ecosystems.
- Interpretive Volunteers focus on connecting our visitors directly to nature, through guided tours and hands-on activities. Specific duties may include answering visitor questions and providing information on the flora and fauna of the area during the week or on weekends. Audubon offers training opportunities and the opportunity to learn more about our natural environment.
- School Program Volunteers assist with group programs for school children. School Group Programs are age-specific (K-12) and meet state education standards. The programs are scheduled in advance and typically held on weekday mornings during the school year. Volunteers for these programs complete extensive training, and this program requires dependable individuals who can make a specific, long-term time commitment.
- Volunteers are invited to join our "Fourth Saturday" trail-building and habitat management activities from 9 AM -12 PM on the fourth Saturday of each month. For more information, please contact Dana Wilson, Volunteer Coordinator.
For more information on volunteer opportunities, please contact us via email.