ASCM Projects: You Can Help


HomeHome
MissionMission
EventsNature Walks
You Are HereProjects
SanctuariesSanctuaries
NewsletterNewsletter
OfficersOfficers
MembershipMembership
LinksLinks
  The Audubon Society of Central Maryland maintains more than 250 acres of sanctuary habitat for birds and other wildlife in Frederick County. There are always important ongoing and planned projects related to the maintenance and improvement of these sanctuary facilities.

Many of these projects offer excellent volunteer opportunities both for individuals, such as Eagle Scout candidates, and for groups, such as Scout Troops or local firms and service groups seeking to take on community service projects.

Click
here to see a current list of both individual and group-oriented projects.

To support the sanctuaries and other ASCM educational efforts, we conduct two bird seed sales each Fall and Winter. We also sponsor numerous seminars and field activities throughout the year to foster environmental awareness in the community. Anyone wishing to get involved in these ongoing activities is welcome!

To get more detail on these projects and get information on how you can help foster wildlife habitat in Central Maryland, please contact
Mark Kulis, the ASCM Sanctuary Manager.


 

 Updated: 08.12.15