VolunTEEN - The Importance of Birds of Prey in our community with the Treasure Coast Wildlife Center
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About The Event
The opportunity to make an impact for the environment is happening right here in Martin County - January thru April - and is offering high schoolers the ability to earn volunteer hours towards graduation and honor societies. Our VolunTEEN Program is for Martin County residents ages 14 - 18 who are looking for a volunteer experience in an outdoors setting. Hours can be counted towards graduation or for Honor Societies. These fantastic free events are sponsored by the Community Foundation for Palm Beach & Martin Counties and are held 9AM to NOON on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of January through April at Audubon of Martin County, unless otherwise posted.
*Programming will be outside and socially distanced*
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 772-288-2637 to sign-up or for more information!
The programs: *January 9th “Learn to Bird” – Birding basics for beginners! *January 23rd Volunteer at Possum Long Nature Center *February 6th – Citizen Science on the Indian River Lagoon – Morning Sail on the Schooner Lily! *February 27th – Volunteer at Possum Long Nature Center *March 13th – Native Plant Workshop sponsored by Martin County’s Native Plant Society *March 27th – Volunteer at Possum Long Nature Center *April 10th – The Importance of Birds of Prey in our community with the Treasure Coast Wildlife Center *April 24th – Volunteer at Possum Long Nature Center