Volunteer Spotlight, October 2019 - Jim Kuo

In addition to hosting a number of community and volunteer events, a large part of what we do at the Audubon Center at Debs Park involves sharing information about our programs and the impact that they have on our local birds and community. Photography is a powerful tool that we can use to share about our work and engage the broader community in what we do here at the Center. Jim Kuo is a local photographer who has been volunteering with us for almost a year now. He’s played a large role in increasing our ability to effectively share about our events and our programs. Jim is always willing to help and has a great eye for capturing photos that are in line with how we would like to present our work. We appreciate that he goes beyond just taking photos and takes the time to talk and build relationships with the folks that he photographs. You can find Jim’s work across our website and social media, or you can take a look at a selection of his photos HERE. We are so grateful for the time, energy, and photographs that he has generously contributed to the Center. Thank you Jim! There are always opportunities for folks to contribute special skills that they may have - contact mika.perron@audubon.org to find out more information on skilled volunteer opportunities! 

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