Volunteer for one of the many on-going activities of  PV/SB Audubon!
Audubon YES!
(Youth Environmental Service Program)
Chapter Representatives are needed to guide school groups in our Audubon YES! program. Representatives work
a few hours each month with school ecology clubs, service groups or individual students from a single school to
coordinate service projects, such as habitat cleanups or Earth Day displays. The Chapter provides the school
group or student with adequate support for their programs through volunteers from Rolling Hills Prep, Torrance
High School groups, and other schools. These are wonderful young people, bright and full of enthusiasm. You will
have a great time!  

Find out more about
Audubon YES! by clicking on the box on the left; it will open in a new browser window.  You
may also contact
Marcos Trinidad, Audubon YES! Coordinator at marcos@pvsb-audubon.org for additional
information.
Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS)
You can learn about birds first hand by taking part in a bird banding project and care for the wild birds that are
being studied as part of this monitoring program. The information gathered is added to the national
MAPS
database, which will provide biologists with the information they need to help us protect our native bird
populations.

Click the
MAPS logo on the left to visit the MAPS website and find out how you can become part of this rewarding
effort.  The MAPS website will open in a new browser window.
Sharing Nature With Children
Sharing Nature with Children is our way of introducing youngsters to the Beach.

Children are wanted to help with our educational program at
Wilderness Park in Redondo Beach. This A few
people willing to spend a few hours one day a month working with high school students and monthly program
introduces youngsters to a variety of aspects of the natural world around them in a setting which includes
meadow, woodland, streamside and marsh habitats. Docents help lead the children in various games, walks
and crafts designed to show off the park and the plants and animals in it.

If you like to work with children, this is an excellent way to become involved with chapter activities. We want to
expand this program to Torrance, San Pedro and other cities. High school students and other students who
volunteer receive
Audubon YES! Award credits.  Join this exciting program by calling Lillian Light at (310)
727-7777
.  To view a brochure of the park, click the link on the left side of this page.
Bird Banding
Volunteers are most welcome to join us on the second Saturday of each month from 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.

This Project is lead by Geffen Oren, Martin Byhower, and others. Restoration of this important wildlife
area offers a hands-on opportunity to learn about invasive species removal, planting and caring for native
plants and much more.  Students and service groups can also earn community service credit. All ages welcome,
but those under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.  Wear closed toed shoes and long pants. We will usually
provide gloves, tools and refreshments, but best to bring water, snack, sun/bug repellent and if possible work
gloves. Click on the aerial image on the left for a map and directions to the park; it will open in a new browser
window.  

Questions? Contact
Martin Byhower at 310-541-6763 x4143 or email him at avitropic@sbcglobal.net
Aerial View:  Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park
MAPS Website
Get Involved
Habitat Restoration at Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park:
PV/SB Audubon's Number 1 Priority!
Audubon's Award-Winning
Program for Children
Audubon Adventures (Grade School)
Audubon Adventures, an award-winning newspaper for grade school children that is filled with stories about
their natural world and how they can contribute to the well-being of their environment. Each issue comes with its
own teacher's guide. Each enrolled class also receives a spectacular wall poster featuring a critical wildlife
habitat and its own official Audubon Adventure certificate, suitable for framing!

Audubon Adventures covers a wide range of topics, with timely, relevant stories and activities. Participating
classes may also arrange for chapter members to visit them and lead filed trips or give supplementary
programs.

The
Palos Verdes/South Bay Audubon Society is offering Audubon Adventures at NO COST to local schools.
This program, which now reaches hundreds of thousands of children across the country, is designed for
elementary school classes in grades 3 through 6. Classes can subscribe for either English or Spanish editions.

To learn more about Audubon Adventures, click the box on the left of this page.  To enroll your class or school,
call
Jess Morton at (310) 748-5622.
Palos Verdes / South Bay Audubon Society
Click the link above to download  
a Membership Form
(In Work)