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Orange Audubon Society Volunteer Help Needed

Volunteer with Orange Audubon Society? The Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive (LAWD) is part of the Lake Apopka North Shore, a work site used Monday–Thursday by the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) for long-term lake restoration.  In 2015, SJRWMD made LAWD available to the public on weekends and federal holidays (non-work days), and Orange Audubon Society (OAS) is now helping to manage public access to this wildlife-rich lake restoration area by organizing a volunteer program, the LAWD Ambassadors.  LAWD has become more and more popular as local folks have discovered it as a place to enjoy nature from the comfort of one's vehicle. To help relieve SJRWMD’s burden so that LAWD might continue to be open to the public, OAS’ LAWD Ambassadors are on the drive every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. helping to orient new visitors. Most volunteers do one 2 1/2 hour shift per month. We could use more help!! If you would consider joining our volunteer pool, please email

If you can't volunteer but would like to donate toward OAS' efforts, please use use the yellow DONATE button to the right from this link. Thank you! Please stay safe during this COVID-19 Pandemic!

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