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Volunteering at the River Center

Published on January 4, 2017 under Blog
Volunteering at the River Center

Thousands of people each year visit the River Center and Railroad Bridge Park to explore nature, walk, bike, picnic in the park, and enjoy the scenic beauty. Keeping the center and park open and operating requires the help and time of many individuals. We are lucky

here to have so many dedicated volunteers that spend their own time to sustain this wonderful community resource. Dungeness River Audubon Center is looking for new volunteers to help us continue to support our mission.

The center is always in need of greeters to greet visitors, answer questions and share knowledge on the weekends. There are also other opportunities and projects to get involved in if you are looking for a short term commitment. Listed below are a few projects that we would greatly appreciated some extra hands on!

Adopt a piece of our Native Garden– green thumbs and creativity welcomed!

Adopt a kiosk- painting, and keeping information up-to-date.

Pre-Winter clean-up crew- help get the park ready for winter!

Exhibit cleaning- looking for delicate and detail oriented people to help clean the birds.

Presenter– if you have something to teach or want to share with others, volunteer to teach a class or lead a presentation.

Natural History Blogger– help us update our website’s blog with fun natural history updates!

Operating the Dungeness River Audubon Center would not be possible without the help of volunteers!

If you are interested in becoming a greeter or helping with any of the projects above please contact Jenna Ziogas, Education and Volunteer Coordinator. rceducation@olympus.net 360-681-4076

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