Colorado Crane Conservation Coalition, Inc. (CCCC) has been working for more than 10 years to conserve and protect the Rocky Mountain Population of Greater Sandhill Cranes and their habitat using science and education to connect people with this iconic species.
There are many ways to get involved with CCCC as a volunteer to help with programming, on a committee, or as part of our governing board.
CCCC has always relied on volunteers to help carry out its programming. After hiring a Program Director, CCCC has been able to expand its programming and reach.
CCCC is currently seeking additional volunteers to help us keep up with our expanded operations.
Requirements for being a CCCC volunteer:
– have an interest in cranes, birds, nature, wildlife, or conservation
– have a willingness to give time and energy to the “crane cause”
CCCC welcomes people with specialized skills such as grant writing, digital expertise, knowledge of birds, background in science, marketing or fundraising, education, etc.
Some of Our Annual Volunteer Opportunities
– Educational programs for children
– Educational programs for adults
– Yampa Valley Crane Festival (various events over Labor Day Weekend)
– Livestream Crane Nest Camera
– Fall staging surveys
– Nesting surveys (spring)
What Do Volunteers Do?
Depending on the project, volunteers may lead or assist with educational programs, help organize events, or help with monitoring surveys.
Please fill out the following information if you are interested in volunteering with CCCC:
CCCC is also seeking to add more volunteer directors to its governing board. CCCC welcomes people with specialized skills such as finance/accounting, grant writing, digital expertise, knowledge of birds, background in science, marketing or fundraising, education, etc.
To learn more about being on the CCCC Board, please contact our Board President Nancy Merrill at [email protected]