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PO Box 1346
Point Reyes Station
CA 94956


The Institute for Bird Populations
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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 2014, we have the following openings:

BIRD-BANDING OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE MAPS PROGRAM - Closed.

BIRD-BANDING OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE BOREAL MAPS PROGRAM - Closed.

BIRD-BANDING OPPORTUNITIES IN AMERICAN SAMOA

BIRD-BANDING OPPORTUNITIES IN SAIPAN - Positions filled.

BACKCOUNTRY POINT COUNTS IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL PARKS  - Positions filled.

BACKCOUNTRY POINT COUNTS IN SIERRA NEVADA NATIONAL PARKS - Positions filled.

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

BLACK-BACKED WOODPECKER SURVEYS AND NEST MONITORING IN THE SIERRA NEVADA - Positions filled.


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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