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PO Box 1346
Point Reyes Station
CA 94956


The Institute for Bird Populations
2002

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Help us Monitor Bird Populations

IBP monitors birds for conservation and research using a wide variety of survey techniques, including mist netting, point counts, nest monitoring, and radio-telemetry. Each year we offer internships and crew leader positions on multiple interesting projects around the US. For the spring/summer of 2015, we have the following openings:

BIRD-BANDING OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE MAPS PROGRAM - Now recruiting!

BIRD-BANDING OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE BOREAL MAPS PROGRAM - Now recruiting!

BACKCOUNTRY POINT COUNTS IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL PARKS  - Now recruiting!

BLACK-BACKED WOODPECKER RESEARCH IN THE SIERRA NEVADA - Now recruiting!

BUMBLE BEE SURVEYS IN THE SIERRA NEVADA - Now recruiting!

WOOD-BORING BEETLE RESEARCH IN THE SIERRA NEVADA - Now recruiting!

BACKCOUNTRY POINT COUNTS IN SIERRA NEVADA NATIONAL PARKS - Positions not available.

For highly qualified applicants - crew leader positions...

CREW LEADER FOR BUMBLE BEE SURVEYS IN THE CENTRAL SIERRA NEVADA - Now recruiting!

CREW LEADER FOR RIPARIAN BIRD AND BUMBLE BEE SURVEYS IN THE NORTHERN SIERRA NEVADA - Now recruiting!

BLACK-BACKED WOODPECKER MONITORING AND MULTI-SPECIES POINT COUNTS IN THE SIERRA NEVADA

Learn to Band Birds for Conservation

Are you looking for new birding frontiers? The world of bird banding awaits you! Introductory or Advanced classes are available.

 

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