Michigan Audubon Stewardship Volunteer Application
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Under 18 years
18 years or older
Are you allergic to stinging insects or know of any potential health hazards that could affect you in the outdoors? If yes, please describe.
Education and Experiences
Educational background and/or special training:
If working, current job title and employer:
Please list previous volunteer experiences:
Background and Interests
Why are you interested in volunteering for Michigan Audubon?
Please describe your hobbies, skills, interests, and other relevant information that may help us find the best volunteer position for you:
How did you hear about volunteer opportunities with Michigan Audubon?
Are you currently a member of Michigan Audubon?
Please indicate your level of knowledge about birds and birding:
Enjoy but can not identify birds
Enjoy and can identify backyard birds
Occasional birder: know your basic wetland, shore, and forest birds
Frequent birder: know many Michigan birds by sight
Frequent birder: know many Michigan birds by sight and sound
Know most Michigan birds by sight, sound, and habitat
Michigan Audubon volunteers work on a wide range of activities at the sanctuaries. We are always interested in new ideas! (Check all the areas that apply.)
Bird nest box monitoring
Butterfly & insect monitoring
GPS & mapping
Grant writing & fundraising
Invasive plant control & monitoring
Leading educational activities
Native plant gardening & maintenance
Plant surveys & monitoring
How long do you anticipate volunteering?
A few months
Need to try it to decide
What type of schedule do you prefer?
Once a week
Once a month
Once per season
One time project or event
When days/times are you available to volunteer? (example: Monday afternoons, Tuesday mornings, etc.)
Which sanctuary would you be willing to volunteer at?
Capital City Bird Sanctuary, Eaton County
Phyllis Haehnle Memorial Sanctuary, Jackson County
Bernard W. Baker Sanctuary, Calhoun County
Ronald H. Warner Sanctuary, Barry County
Otis Farm Bird Sanctuary, Barry County
Brockway Mountain Drive Sanctuary, Keweenaw County
Davis Bog, Presque Isle County
Kate Palmer Sanctuary, Jackson County
Lake Bailey Wildlife Sanctuary, Keweenaw County
Lake Bluff Audubon Center, Manistee County
Little Lake Sanctuary, Chippewa County
Margaret Shroyer Sanctuary, Chippewa County
Mildred Harris Sanctuary, Kalamazoo County
Martha Mott Preserve, Van Buren County
Riverbank Sanctuary, Schoolcraft County
Voorhees Brothers Sanctuary, Calhoun County
William Gillette-Sleeper Sanctuary, Luce County
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