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Eastside Audubon offers a variety of opportunities to volunteer in ways that help birds, other wildlife, and our communities in eastern King County.

Habitat Restoration

Anyone can do something useful at our regular work party at Marymoor Park on the first Saturday morning of every month. Come once or come often. Students: You can earn community service credit! Learn more



Occasional Volunteering

Perfect for those who can't plan far ahead or can't make an indefinite commitment.

To receive a message when Eastside Audubon needs volunteers for a short project of finite duration, please subscribe to the Opportunities email list. Send a request to subscribe.


General Needs

If you'd like to volunteer in any of the following areas, please use the links provided to contact the responsible Eastside Audubon leaders. We will welcome your message and work with you to find the right fit for your skills.

If none of the following quite fits and you'd still like to volunteer, don't worry: There's room for you. To let us know your interests, please send an email to the Eastside Audubon office.



Birdathon: Andy McCormick (Past President)

Birding activities: Tricia Kishel (Birding Chair)

Board of directors: Jan McGruder (President)

Communications: Lori Danielson (Secretary)

Community events: Jan McGruder (President)

Conservation: Pete Marshall (Conservation Chair)

Fundraising: Jan McGruder (President) 

Office and information technology: Eastside Audubon Office (Open)

Website production: Eastside Audubon Office (Open)

Volunteer coordination: Volunteer Coordinator (Open)

Youth education: Diane Crestanello (Youth Education Chair)

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The mission of Eastside Audubon is to protect, preserve and enhance natural ecosystems and our communities for the benefit of birds, other wildlife and people.