Connecticut Audbon Society

 

Trail to Earth Day #16: Volunteer

Alliance volunteers heading out to the beach (before Covid 19) to look for plovers and oystercatchers. Photo by Scott Kruitbosch/RTPI.

April 20, 2020 — There’s an easy way to get involved and to do some good locally and immediately: volunteer.

We have two state-wide projects that directly benefit birds and also rely on volunteers – Osprey Nation and the Audubon Alliance for Coastal Waterbirds.

Email osprey@ctaudubon.org for Osprey Nation information and ctwaterbirds@gmail.com for information about the Alliance.

Our seven centers also have volunteer opportunities – planting and tending native flowers, shrubs, and trees; removing invasive plants; helping with bird banding; monitoring bird populations, etc., all of which can be done safely and with proper social distancing.

Look here for information about whom to contact at our seven centers.

This song goes out to Miley Bull, our senior director of science and conservation, who was there …

 

 

 

 

 

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