Volunteer opportunities abound with Madison Audubon

We share a love for birds; do you have time to share to protect them? Madison Audubon is a small non-profit, which was 100% volunteer-run until the early 2010's. Though our staff is mighty, it is small -- your help makes a huge difference in achieving our shared vision: protecting local habitat, teaching local kids, and conserving local birds.

Click on the "Upcoming volunteer events" button for a list of pre-planned activities you can help out with. To get more specific, and get on our mailing list about upcoming volunteer opportunities, please click the "Let us know you're interested!" button.

Madison Audubon volunteers help with prairie planting at Goose Pond Sanctuary. The buckets shown here are filled with native seed collected from Goose Pond earlier in the fall by volunteers, and are spread by volunteers as well! MAS Photo

Madison Audubon volunteers help with prairie planting at Goose Pond Sanctuary. The buckets shown here are filled with native seed collected from Goose Pond earlier in the fall by volunteers, and are spread by volunteers as well! MAS Photo


Banner photo: Native Indian grass on a cool autumn day at Faville Grove Sanctuary. Photo by Emily Meier.