year, our volunteer naturalists interact with school children
to help them understand the importance of wetlands to both
wildlife and people. Through the naturalistsí enthusiasm,
interest and dedication, thousands of school children and
their teachers conclude that this is the best outdoor field
program they have ever attended!
are proud of our naturalists and how they help Sea &
Sage Audubon achieve its mission. Perhaps you have
some experience teaching children and have wondered about
participating in our exciting outdoor field program.
Now is the time to sign up!
We are currently looking for special individuals who are
willing to teach effectively and share nature with school
children in the beautiful setting of a wetland habitat for
our two outdoor science programs for elementary school children.
is a great opportunity if you like working with children
and enjoy meeting other friendly enthusiastic volunteers.
For a small investment of time and energy, you will personally
make the difference in the life of a child who may not have
much exposure to nature. Our program is vitally important
to help create caring Earth stewards of today's youngsters!
We expect each Audubon Naturalist to volunteer two mornings
a month during the school year, although we willingly work
with individuals who have other time demands such as travel
or part-time jobs. Each Audubon Naturalist must also attend
the training sessions (we offer alternate dates if you miss
one) and the practice sessions. The pace of completing each
step corresponds to the comfort level of the volunteers.
What are you waiting for? Join us now!
classes are from 9 am to 12 pm in the Learning Center and
by reservation only. We have a GREAT volunteer Audubon Naturalist
program and hope that you or someone you know will join
us this year. Please contact Trude Hurd, Project Director
of Education, at 949-261-7964 or