Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow’s mission is to educate and
engage children and adults of the greater Bucks County region about the natural
world, with an emphasis on conservation and stewardship, including the
protection of birds, wildlife and habitats.
Each year Bucks Audubon serves 11,000 people through environmental, science
and nature programs on our nature preserve and throughout the community,
providing opportunities for our members and community to hike, birdwatch,
and connect with nature. With a staff of four and 50+ dedicated and passionate
volunteers, Bucks Audubon works to inspire everyone to become good stewards
of the Earth.

Looking to be a part of a dedicated team of educators, scientists, and nature-lovers?

Teacher Naturalists WantedTeacher Naturalist Training

Join our staff of teacher naturalists and share in the fun and satisfaction of teaching at Honey Hollow.  Training is available to adults interested in working with school children and who are interested in preserving our environment, enthusiastic, able to work with children of all ages and abilities, flexible, and willing to learn new lessons.  Participants should be able to work during the week, walk reasonable distances over uneven ground while carrying moderate amounts of weight and be willing to be outdoors during all types of weather.  This is a paid seasonal position. Upon completion of training participants are expected to work at least 30 hours over the next 12 months provided sufficient opportunities are available. Clearances are required.  Meet at the visitor at 9:30am both days.  Class runs 9:30 am – 12:30 pm each day.

There is no cost for this training.  Please let us know if you are interested by emailing dianesmith@bcas.org.

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