Connecticut Audbon Society
Center at Pomfret

Center at Pomfret

Volunteer at the Center at Pomfret

By volunteering at our Center at Pomfret, you can help promote understanding, appreciation, and stewardship of our natural world.

We have a variety of opportunities available for people of all interests and experience levels, including working at the front desk as a receptionist, in the exhibit room as a docent, or outdoors on the nature sanctuary in various capacities.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer,  click here to download an application. Please email the form to Sarah Heminway, Director Northeast Region, at, or visit the center and deliver it in person!

We’re located at 218 Day Road, Pomfret Center. We look forward to seeing you soon.


2023 Volunteer Naturalist Training Program

Tuesdays, March 28 through May 30, 8 a.m. – Noon

Have you always wanted to learn more about the natural world? Want to volunteer at the Center? With 40 hours of training (ten, four-hour sessions), this may be the program for you. Topics include wildlife of northeastern Connecticut, spring wildflowers, tree identification, and even basic survival skills. Space is limited.

Click here to download the application.

Click here to download the syllabus.



Eastern Coyote

Citizen Science Volunteer Monitoring Program

Mammal Tracking 

You may have seen the tracks of a red fox or a fisher in mud or snow. Maybe, you’re lucky and caught a glimpse of a coyote. Connecticut’s forests provide excellent habitat for local wildlife.  Our experienced Citizen Science Volunteers monitor sites in Woodstock, Willington, and Canterbury seasonally, always on the lookout for track and sign of fisher, river otter, mink, moose, black bear, and bobcat.

You are welcome to begin or continue training to become a Citizen Science wildlife monitor by attending training hikes that suit your schedule throughout the year. Please wear weather and hike-appropriate clothing.





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