We owe the success of our chapter to our many dedicated volunteers! There are a wide variety of opportunities in education, conservation, and organizational support, as an individual or on a committee. Our Programs Coordinator will work with you to find activities that match your interests, skills, and availability. As a volunteer, you can learn new skills, explore areas of interest, meet other people, and feel a sense of accomplishment.
Complete the form below and our Programs Coordinator will contact you to discuss specific opportunities. Please contact our Programs Coordinator at (408) 252-3740 or by email if you have any questions or want more information.
Last modified March 2012.
Upcoming Events at SCVAS
Wednesday April 16, Doors open 7:30PM; Program begins 8:00PM
"Neotropical Raptor Projects in Belize" with Ryan Phillips, Belize Raptor Research Institute.
Located on the Caribbean coast, bordered by Mexico and Guatemala, Belize is home to a large number of rare and endangered species including the Jaguar, Baird's Tapir, and Harpy Eagle.
Saturday April 19, 8:30 AM-10:30 AM (arrive at 8:20AM)
Young Audubon Adventure: Spring Bird Banding with SFBBO
Join the San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory (SFBBO) at the peak of the spring migration season to see a live bird banding demonstration and experience conservation science in action.
Saturday April 19, 8:00 AM (Half day)
Ed Levin County Park (North)
Highlights: We will look for migrants and local breeding birds in Milpitas' prime birding hot spot.