Where we Work

In 2019, CAMN members collectively volunteered 12,500 hours in and around Austin. 

Those hours included trail building, habitat restoration, community outreach and education, wildlife rehabilitation, native plant propagation and invasive plant removal, leading hikes and tours, conducting bird, plant, and insect surveys in natural spaces, performing the administrative tasks necessary to keep a chapter running, and so many more contributions to our natural world and local community.  


The following organizations benefit from CAMN volunteers, and we count ourselves fortunate to be able to partner with them each year.

OrganizationSub OrganizationType of Work
City of Austin
Austin Nature and Science CenterTrading counter, Animal habitat/display
Vireo Preserve
Water Protection Lands
Hornsby Bend
Elizabet Ney Museum
Walnut Creek ParkSeed collection, Restoration, Tree/Plant Nursery, Trail Work, Camera Traps, Guided Hikes, Open House, Invasives removal, River Survey
Wild BasinTrail maintenance, Guided Hikes: Adults, Guided Hikes: School Groups, Rare Plant monitoring, Restoration
University of Texas
Wildflower Center
TX Memorial Museum
Pickle Research Lab
Brackenridge Field Lab
Travis Audubon
Blair Woods
Baker Sanctuary
Board and Administrative Work
Chaetura CanyonBirding classes, Christmas Bird Count, Invasives removal, Trail Work, Family Days
Keep Austin BeautifulChristmas Decoration Removal
Tree FolksTree Planting
State of Texas
Pedernales Falls State Park
McKinney Falls State Park
Palmetto State Park
Amphibian WatchInterpretive Hike, Litter Pick-up, Monthly North and South Amphibian Watch
Native Plant Societyboard and administrative work, Plant Sale educator
Laguna GloriaInvasives Removal, Trail Work
LCRA
Redbud Education Center
AISD
Outdoor Learning Center
Blackshear ElementaryGreen Team afterschool program, Native Garden Maintenance
Cornell Feed WatchBackyard Feeder Watch
Smithville Food PantryWeeding Native Planting Bed
WildLife Rescue & US Fish and WildlifeRaptor Rehab and Training
Tx Native Prairie AssocBoard Service, Weeding
Jacobs WellGuided Hike, Board Service
Blue HoleMulch on Trails, Mulch in beds
Williamsons County
Wil Co Regional Trail
Rivery Park
Berry Springs PreserveFlora Survey, Native Plant Signage, Invasives Removal
Balcones Canyonlands FederalGolden Cheeked Warbler  Survey
Hill Country ConservancyBoard Service
Brightleaf Nature PreserveGuided Hike, Invasives Removal