Get Involved

Get Involved with the NH Audubon

Volunteers at NH Audubon play a crucial role in the fulfillment of our mission. We could not accomplish all we do without them! Volunteers serve important functions in our statewide offices in Concord, four program centers, our many sanctuaries, and field locations across the state. NH Audubon chapters are also run completely by volunteers.

If you are interested in a volunteer role, please download, complete, and submit NHA Volunteer Interest Form to Volunteer Coordinator Logan Young at or bring it to your nearest Audubon Center.

Please note that volunteer opportunities are subject to availability, season, and background of the candidate. Although we do our best to place volunteers there is no guarantee of placement. Thank you for your interest in supporting our organization.

Current Volunteer Opportunities


McLane Center

  • Membership Assistance
  • Centennial Events
    • Outreach
    • Experienced Photographers
    • Photo Archivists
    • Centennial Committee Members
  • Center Cleaning
  • Donation Solicitors
  • Events Administrative Assistant
  • Gardening
  • Grounds Maintenance
  • Wedding Preparation
  • Birdfeeder Assistant
  • Office Assistant
    • Filing, data entry, mailings, etc.
  • Wildlife Monitoring (see below)

Massabesic Center

  • Animal Care
    • Reptile/Amphibian feeders
    • Tank cleaners
    • Animal Exercisers
  • Center Cleaning
  • Donation Solicitors
  • Educators
  • Gardening
  • Grounds Maintenance
  • Trail Maintenance
  • Outreach and Marketing

Newfound Center

  • Trail Stewards

Amoskeag Fishways

There are no volunteer needs listed at this time. Please check again soon.

NH Audubon Sanctuaries

  • Sanctuary Passport Explorers
  • Trail Maintenance
  • Trained Land Stewards

Wildlife Volunteer Field Surveys & Other Conservation Department Opportunities
There are many different surveys for volunteers with varying abilities and time commitments. To view a full list of field surveys and other current volunteer opportunities in NH Audubon’s Conservation Department programs, click here.