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Houston Audubon, founded in 1969, is a nonprofit charitable conservation organization committed to enhancing life on the Upper Texas Coast for people and birds. It is a local, independent chapter of the National Audubon Society with a rich history of advancing the conservation of birds and positively impacting their supporting environments. Houston Audubon owns and manages 17 nature sanctuaries in five counties totaling 4,121 acres of wetlands, prairie, forest, and beach. An average of 600 nature-based program experiences are delivered to children and adults every year.


Environmental Educator and Staff Naturalist

Position Classification: Full-time (40 hours/week)
Reports to: Education Director

Position Summary: The Environmental Educator and Staff Naturalist will apply his/her knowledge, skills and talents to develop and deliver dynamic high quality environmental and nature interpretation, education, and outdoor recreation programming at Houston Audubon’s Raptor and Education Center and the Edith L. Moore Nature Sanctuary. He/she will build and support a group of volunteer naturalists to assist with programming. Position may require up to 50% local travel and a varied schedule that includes evenings and weekend assignments. See document below for details and desired qualifications.


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