Regardless of your training or background, you can contribute to science by participating in Citizen Science activities such as the Christmas Bird Count, Project Feederwatch, and the Great Backyard Bird Count.
Do you enjoy helping others to learn? Columbus Audubon and the Grange Insurance Audubon Center provide environmental education opportunities for both adults and children.
Columbus Audubon’s monthly programs and many field trips help residents of central Ohio learn about conservation issues and experience the thrill of involvement in our natural world. The Grange Insurance Audubon Center offers educational opportunities for school kids, especially those in underserved urban areas.
Do you want to be involved in hands-on conservation? Get right down to it with some conservation opportunities with Columbus Audubon! Whether it’s studying birds and other organisms, improving habitat for birds and people throughout the state, or advocating for the welfare of birds and our natural world, Columbus Audubon offers many ways to be involved.
Columbus Audubon is an all-volunteer organization. We depend on our faithful volunteers to do everything from serving on the board to organizing our events to helping to raise funds. Whether it’s serving on the Board or on a committee, participating in the Birdathon, or pitching in at an event, there’s a role for you!