Volunteer Opportunities


Burrowing Owl Relocation — Wild At Heart 

Help relocate burrowing owls whose habitat has been taken over by development. Work includes installing artificial burrows and taking down release tents to free owls relocated earlier. 

To volunteer, please call Steve Thomas at (480) 837-6323 or email stevepthomas@cox.net or visit https://wildatheartraptors.org/recovery-programs/


Sky Island Alliance

Document illegal user created roads on public lands. Road closures and habitat restoration weekends. Monitor the presence of mammal species in important inter-mountain corridors. Data entry and office needs. 

For more information, visit Sky Island Alliance


Bookstore

Set up book table and sell books at monthly membership meetings. Time Commitment 3-4 hours/month September-April. 

Email Sochetra Ly at sochetra.ly@gmail.com


Arizona Important Bird Area Program Stewardship Individuals/Teams

Adopt an Arizona Important Bird Area. Conduct 6 to 9 bird surveys with your "IBA team," or as an individual, and fill out seasonal habitat report cards. Participate in site-specific projects related to birds or habitat conservation. (More on IBA program http://www.audubon.org/bird/iba/index.html)

Contact Scott Wilbor at (520) 323-0423 or iba@tucsonaudubon.org


Audubon Arizona Nature Center

Volunteer opportunities


Do you like to make presentations to groups? 

If so, the Education Committee would like to talk to you! The Education Committee is seeking volunteers to make presentations on birds, habitat, natural history, etc. to community groups across the Valley.

If you'd like to volunteer, please contact Mark Larson at larsonwarren@gmail.com.


Would you like to play a role in improving your education system at the local level? 

National Audubon Society's environmental education program for grades 4-6, called "Audubon Adventures," is available to teachers across the U.S. for $35 a year. A newspaper for each child, plus a teacher's manual and other teaching aids, brings the wonders of the natural world to more than 15,000 classrooms across the nation five times a year. If you would like to sponsor a particular teacher, classroom or make a contribution to the overall program here's your chance to make a difference.

Contact Mark Larson at larsonwarren@gmail.com.

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Bird photographers wanted

The Maricopa Audubon newsletter, The Cactus Wren•dition, is always looking for photos of rare and unusual birds seen in the Phoenix area (or elsewhere in Arizona ).

Please contact Mark Larson at larsonwarren@gmail.com.