A Sample of Audubon Florida's Volunteer Opportunities

 

Coastal Bird Stewards and Colony Watcher
Protect and monitor nesting and migratory stopover sites, educate beachgoers and boaters, and advocate for birds and their habitat.

 
   

Educator, Docent and Boardwalk Volunteer
Lead education tours and public programs at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and the Center for Birds of Prey.

 
   
EagleWatcher
Monitor urban eagle nests; rescue injured eagles and eaglets, and record data to improve eagle habitat management.
 
   
Jay Watcher
Protect the Florida Scrub-Jay by conducting important surveys at one or more of 24 sites.
 
   
Office Support
Assist with mailings, research, and special events.
 
   
Raptor Rehabilitation Volunteer
Assist with raptor care at the Center for Birds of Prey in Maitland.
 
   
Resource Manager
Participate in invasive plant removal, prescribed burning and other activities to restore and project Audubon’s sanctuaries or other public lands.
 
   

Writer/Photographer:
Help provide content for the Audubon Florida Naturalist and Audubon’s web and social media sites.

 
   
Advocate:
Speak out on important conservation issues to decision makers and the public.
 

To learn more about these and other volunteer opportunities email FLConservation@audubon.org. List your specific interest, skills, and place of residence in the email.