Volunteers are an essential part of Chattanooga Audubon. Whether leading field trips for local students, building trails, helping in the visitor center, or orchestrating our major events, we couldn't do it without you! Come discover how big a difference YOU can make while building lifelong friendships at Chattanooga's Oldest Wildlife Sanctuaries.
Thank you for supporting the conservation and education efforts at our sanctuaries!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About CHATTANOOGA AUDUBON SOCIETY
900 N SANCTUARY RD, CHATTANOOGA, TN 37421, US
To educate and promote an understanding of the responsibility to preserve and protect our environmental, cultural, and historical resources through programming and stewardship.
Audubon Acres, a 130 acre sanctuary at the end of Gunbarrel Road, is the primary property of the Chattanooga Audubon Society. With five miles of walking trails, the property crosses over South Chickamauga Creek via our trail system with a lovely swinging bridge.
Audubon Acres is also home to a wide variety of other activities including:
Trail of Tears site and the home of the Cherokee built Spring Frog Cabin
CE Blevins Replica Egg Collection
Dr. Robert Meyers Native Artifact Collection
Maclellan Island, another Chattanooga Audubon Society sanctuary property, is located on the river in downtown Chattanooga. Primitive camping is allowed on the Island and access is via watercraft only
Sports & Recreation
We'll work with your schedule.
900 North Sanctuary RoadChattanooga, TN37421
October 15, 2020
CSR / Volunteer Coordination
Orientation or Training
Usually four hour shifts, but time may vary depending on the specific activity.