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Field Trip Leader Training

Are you passionate about wildlife, birdwatching, and sharing your love for nature? Join Tucson Audubon as a Volunteer Field Trip Leader and inspire others on exciting adventures into the heart of Southeast Arizona’s diverse landscapes!

What You’ll Do:

  • Lead engaging field trips exploring various habitats, bird species, and natural wonders.
  • Share your knowledge, enthusiasm, and expertise in birdwatching and ecology with participants.
  • Foster a sense of wonder and appreciation for the environment among fellow nature enthusiasts.

Why Join Tucson Audubon as a Volunteer Field Trip Leader?

  • Opportunity to share your passion for nature with like-minded individuals.
  • Engage in meaningful conservation efforts and inspire others to appreciate the environment.
  • Expand your knowledge, skills, and network within the community of nature lovers.

What We’re Looking For:

  • Passion for nature, wildlife, and conservation efforts.
  • Knowledge of local bird species, habitats, and ecology (preferred but not mandatory).
  • Excellent communication skills and a knack for guiding and educating diverse groups.

Dates: January 22 at Ft. Lowell8-10am & February 5 at the Mason Center, 8-10am  **Attendance required at both sessions**


Photo credit: Richard Fray

Register Here


2024-01-22 - 2024-02-05


8:00 am - 10:00 am
Fort Lowell Park


Fort Lowell Park
East Fort Lowell Road, Tucson, AZ, USA

Mason Center
3835 W Hardy Rd. Tucson, AZ 85742


Donito Burgess

Other Organizers

Luke Safford
Luke Safford

Tucson Audubon Director of Engagement and Education