The Wake Audubon Young Naturalist Club is a program geared for 12 to 18-year-olds who have a strong interest in the natural sciences and want to explore the outdoors. Each month we go on at least one nature excursion or do an environmental service project. An excursion may be a half-day local wildlife hike, a full-day trek to the mountains, or overnight trip to the coast.
Wake Audubon Society
PO Box 12452
Raleigh, NC 27605
Ashley works for Wake County Parks, Recreation, and Open Space as a Park Technician of Programs at Crowder County Park and Historic Yates Mill County Park. Although a Virginia native and Virginia Tech alumna (go Hokies!), she has lived in North Carolina for over 9 years now and considers Raleigh her chosen home. She enjoys hiking with her dog, birding, and expanding her native plant gardens. She is thrilled to be active with the Young Naturalist Club.
John serves as Research Scientist and Curator of Birds at theNCMuseum of Nat
The Young Naturalist Club sponsored in Memory of Jack and Mary McCall. Wake Audubon thanks the Jack and Mary McCall Foundation for its generous support.