SHARE knowledge + time
We each have experience, knowledge, and passion to share with others. At a time when nature deficit disorder is a concern for both children and adults, it is more important than ever to share our appreciation for nature and engage others to explore the natural world with us. If you have children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews, or other young people in your life, introduce them to birds. Whether through coloring books, stories, feeder watching, or nature walks, there are many ways to engage young people in birding. Even if you aren’t an expert birder, just sharing your appreciation for nature with others is incredibly valuable. Organize casual bird walks at a local park, start a coffee or book club for bird and nature lovers, gather a volunteer group to adopt a native garden or nest box trail, or offer your skills as a writer, illustrator, orator, or filmmaker to a nonprofit. We each can make a unique contribution to bird conservation.
Explore the links below for helpful tips regarding how to share your knowledge and time for bird conservation.