Audublog

Seeking volunteer naturalists in the SF Bay Area

October 9th, 2012 · by Daniela Ogden

We are looking for people to teach children about birds at our Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary.

Audubon’s Birds Volunteer Naturalists will:

  • Receive training once a week for 5 weeks to learn to lead programs, manage student groups, become familiar with program materials and understand Audubon’s mission.
  • Lead small groups of children on hour long school yard and neighborhood bird walks for K through 3rd grade students.
  • Lead hour long in-class bird focused education programs for Kindergarten through 3rd grade students.
  • Gather and set-up materials needed for school yard and neighborhood bird walks and in-class programs.
  • Lead Audubon’s Birds Center Field Trip programs. Field trips run 2 to 3 hours depending on grade.
This is a rare opportunity for a long-term volunteer position with Audubon California. For more information, please click here…

 

Categories: Nature education and activities · Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary · Volunteer

One Comment so far ↓

  • Sue Overman

    When I see “long-term” volunteering, I think of working 30-40 hrs/week for several months, in exchange for a place to stay and food, or food allowance. Is that what this position is? Does Audobon ever have such positions? If so, we’d be interested. Thanks so much. SUE