Volunteers at Audubon build bridges, maintain trails, lead walks, assist with mailings, park cars at festivals, help children do crafts, care for our animals, tend our gardens, and a myriad of other things that keep the center running! Some volunteers help once or twice a week, others once or twice a year. We appreciate the time all our volunteers give to Audubon.
While the Nature Center depends on volunteers, there are many benefits to volunteering. It can be a wonderful opportunity to share your talents, learn new things, meet new people. When you volunteer, you’ll join a group of diverse, talented, energetic people at the Nature Center.
Interested in volunteering? Give us a call at 569-2345 or email Katie Finch by submitting the form below.
Volunteer Job Openings
While we use volunteers in all aspects of the organization, there are times when we need to fill a specific job with a volunteer.
Are you interested in working school age kids who attend a field trip to the Nature Center? You can become an Audubon Trail Guide! Learn how to lead a Discovery Walk with groups of students at this multi-day training.
Many of our volunteers are registered with RSVP, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program. For more information about this program, click here.