Volunteers Work with NYC Audubon's Susan Elbin on Swinburne Island
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Spring Volunteer Orientations
Volunteers Take Part in Our Horseshoe Crab Monitoring Project.
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Unless otherwise noted, all volunteer orientations meet at 71 West 23rd Street Suite 1523 and require registration in advance
Become a citizen scientist and help conduct conservation research; read below about the various ways to get involved.
Bird Transporters: We often receive calls from individuals who have found injured birds but are unable to transport them to a rehabilitator. We need caring volunteers to transport these birds to licensed wildlife rehabilitators in the area.
Horseshoe Crab Monitoring: Count horseshoe crabs, an important food source for migratory shorebirds in Jamaica Bay. Orientations will be held Thursdays, April 13 and 20, 6-7pm.
Harbor Herons Foraging Study: Observe herons and egrets as they forage in New York City waterways. An orientation will be held Monday, May 1, 6-7pm.
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