Alternatively, you can apply for membership by downloading the Application Form and mailing it to our PO Box.
- President | Tom Jervis
- Vice President | Vacant
- Secretary | Vacant
- Treasurer | Carlyn Jervis
- Adele Caruthers
- Sheila Gershen
- Linda Mowbray
- Mary Ristow
- Tom Taylor
- Conservation | Joanna Hatt
- Field Trips | Vacant
- Newsletter | Tom Jervis
- Programs | Joe Fitzgibbon
- Publicity | Vacant
- Membership | Vacant
The Board of Directors of the Sangre de Cristo Audubon Society is made up entirely of volunteers who support the mission of the organization and undertake to support the organization by providing advice and counsel and by performing various duties for the Society.
Tier 1 Volunteer Activities | Board Officers
Tier 2 Volunteer Activities | Committee Chairs
Conservation Committee Chair: Keep up with local/regional conservation issues, manage SdC Audubon initiatives, make recommendations to BoD for new initiatives. Help other volunteers with:
- Cats Indoors
- Rosy Finch Project
- Forest Service
- Citizen Science/IBA monitoring
Publicity Committee Chair: Direct work of committee. Help other volunteers with:
Social Media: Maintain Facebook page Webmaster: Maintain Chapter Web Page Event Publicity: Arrange local publicity for Chapter events.
Membership Committee Chair: Manage email list through Constant Contact, reconcile with National Audubon Membership list.
Field Trips Committee Chair: Organize annual meeting to set field trip schedule, arrange for layout, printing, and distribution of FT brochure, serve as contact person of last resort for field trip inquiries. Recruit trip leaders.
Program Chair: Arrange six evening programs each year, communicate program descriptions to Newsletter editor.
Tier 3 Volunteer Activities
(mostly < 3 hours/event)
Meeting set-up: Arrive early to set up chairs, etc. for evening programs, arrange digital projector as necessary.
Field trip leaders: Organize, plan, and lead a field trip to a birding spot of interest.
Monitoring participants: participate in one of several possible bird monitoring projects to identify effects of climate change, presence of various species of interest, or populations of birds in areas of interest.
Phone survey to SdC AS members to obtain email addresses not in database.
Leaders for specific Conservation initiatives (see previous column)
If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please contact: Tom Jervis via phone 988-1708 or email. We need your help!