|Celebrating 100 Years of Conservation 1913 — 2013|
How You Can Help Bedford Audubon
Your support makes a difference to Bedford Audubon and the community. Please join us in our mission to conserve and protect wildlife habitat by becoming a member, volunteering, or participating in our internship program. Please consider becoming a member today. Click here for a membership application
Please make a financial contribution to become a member of Bedford Audubon today. Bedford Audubon relies on the contributions of individuals and families in our communities to support our educational programs, field trips, research, and maintaining our sanctuaries and trails.
You can make a safe and secure online donation or mail a check to:
Bedford Audubon Society
We gratefully accept corporate matching gift programs. All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Calling all volunteers!
Whether your passion is trail maintenance, gardening, education, photography, fundraising, or writing, we have an opportunity just for you. Volunteers make a wonderful contribution to our success, and we couldn't have made it this far without the time and energy of numerous individuals. With our Centennial swiftly approaching, we need more volunteers than ever to help see us into our second century of conservation!
If you're interested in volunteering, please call Janelle at 914.232.1999 to hear about our current opportunities, and don't forget to download a volunteer application!
We have internship opportunities for high school, college, and post-graduate students.
Internship opportunities are available year-round in areas of habitat management, restoration, banding and field surveys, Audubon At Home (native and bird friendly vegetable gardens), fundraising, and communications. Past interns have said "working for Bedford Audubon was incredibly satisfying" and "a way to get valuable experience as well as to make great friendships."
Join a committee.
Our committees support Bedford Audubon's Board of Directors and our mission.
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