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Job Opportunities with Bird Studies Canada

The following positions with Bird Studies Canada are currently open for application:

 


Urban Bird Program Technician-Toronto

Bird Studies Canada (BSC) is seeking 1 motivated and flexible assistant to work on our urban bird program in Toronto.


Aerial Insectivore Field Technician

Bird Studies Canada (BSC) – Atlantic Region is seeking a skilled field biologist to identify and assess nesting sites of aerial insectivores and raise public/landowner awareness regarding the stewardship of these sites.


High Elevation Landbird Program Field Technicians

Bird Studies Canada (BSC) – Atlantic Region is seeking 4 skilled field biologists to conduct surveys for Bicknell’s Thrush and other high elevation bird species beginning May 25, 2017 for 8 to 10 weeks in remote regions of northern New Brunswick and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.


Maritimes Marsh Monitoring Field Technicians

BSC is looking for 2-3 motivated and experienced individuals to conduct surveys for the Maritimes Marsh Monitoring Program in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, for up to 3 months, beginning May 11 or 12, 2017.


Field Research Technicians

Bird Studies Canada – Ontario Region is hiring motivated and experienced field research technicians for species-at-risk projects taking place in southwestern and eastern Ontario.


Thunder Cape Bird Observatory – Volunteer Positions

Volunteer positions are available, monitoring bird migration activities at Thunder Cape Bird Observatory (TCBO), Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.


Long Point Bird Observatory Volunteer Internships

Volunteer positions are available, monitoring bird migration activities at Long Point Bird Observatory, located on the north shore of Lake Erie.

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