Volunteering is a rewarding experience. Audubon volunteers play an important role in sharing our mission for conservation in Florida. We invite you to be part of our team. Our volunteers are a vital part of program operations for community science research, clinical and rehabilitation programs, environmental education and day-to-day operations. Each year over 70 volunteers contribute more than 13,000 hours of their time and talents to Audubon Center for Birds of Prey and are essential to our continued success.
At Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, we are flexible. We strive to find the best fit for each individual based on their interests and skills. The volunteer program is diverse, with a variety of service positions and training including but not limited to greeters, feeders, docents and interns. For a full list of our volunteer postions visit our Volunteer Positions page. Audubon Center for Birds of Prey sometimes offers specific opportunities for college or high school students needing to complete service learning hours, please inquire with our volunteer department at Beth.firstname.lastname@example.org . Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate volunteer requests for individuals needing to fulfill court-ordered community service hours.
To apply for a volunteer position, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at Beth.email@example.com or call the Center at 407-644-0190.
Group Volunteer Events:
The Center offers four group volunteer events annually (March, June, August and November). Group events host 10-20 individuals for half a day of volunteering. These events are for larger projects, most involve being outdoors. We greatly appreciate volunteer teams who donate their workday to Audubon! If your organization or business is interested in donating a day of service, please download and fill out the form below, and email it to AudubonCBOP@audubon.org.
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