Volunteer with PAS

Volunteer with Pasadena Audubon!

  • Do you want to lead a field trip?
  • Do you like to get your hands dirty?
  • Do you love talking to kids about birds?
  • Are you a talent in the cookie and cake department?
  • Do you have a background in graphic design, websites or databases?
  • Are you interested in helping to develop our advocacy with local and state government?
  • Are you interested in helping to craft new educational programs?

  • Then become a PAS volunteer. It’s fun, it’s friendly and it’s all about the birds!

    Please fill out this form so we can learn about your interests. We also hold quarterly meetings about volunteering with Pasadena Audubon. Please sign up for our eblasts to receive information on those.

    Current Volunteers: record your volunteer hours here.

    PAS Heroes

    Every year Pasadena Audubon honors volunteers who have made exceptional efforts over the previous year (or years!). Read about the latest PAS heroes here!

    Viva Volunteers!

    On May 21st, 2023 we had a taco dinner at Hahamongna to celebrate our wonderful volunteers. After enjoying the food, we got out the bird games… Bird Bingo anyone? Volunteers were thanked with a native plant for their garden. Like native plants, volunteers do make our eco-system thrive!




    Scenes from our volunteer thank you party on held May 5, 2019, and hosted by our Publicity Chair and Past President, Deni Sinnott and our volunteer cinematographer, Mako Koiwai, at their lovely home in South Pasadena. We had a great turn-out and enjoyed some delicious tacos and margaritas together. Here are some photos of the event (by Mako Koiwai).




    PAS Volunteers at the Nov. 17 cleanup at Peck Road Water Conservation Park. This team pulled over 600 lbs of trash out of the park. Photo credit Karen Suarez

    STEAM Fair Central Library            Kathy Degner and Karl Matthies at Tom Sawyer Camp

    Field Elementary Science Club          Ed Stonick and Kathy Degner at National Night Out

    Carol Smith and Susan Campisi          Mark Hunter and Lois Brunet
    at Coastal Cleanup Day 2018           at Audubon Advocacy Day in Sacramento