Do you love Petaluma’s Shollenberger Park and the wetlands? Petaluma Wetlands Alliance needs volunteer docents. Docents serve in a number of ways, including: teach third graders about wetlands and habitats, leading bird walks, restoring the habitats and conducting research on birds and other wetlands animals. To become a docent, volunteers participate in a training program and then observe other docents. Training starts Jan. 11 and continues for seven consecutive Thursday mornings. If interested, sign up at petalumawetlands.org/become-a-volunteer. For more information, contact Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-774-6586.
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