The New Brunswick Aerial Insectivore Stewardship Technician is responsible for conducting fieldwork and public outreach for the Atlantic Aerial Insectivore Conservation Program. Specific duties include but are not limited to: conducting roosting and nesting surveys for Chimney Swifts and Bank Swallows in a range of habitats; communicating with landowners, local governments, and the public about aerial insectivores; and entering survey data.
The McGuire Lab and Birds Canada are recruiting 2 highly motivated students (1 PhD and 1 Masters) to work on a collaborative research project to resolve key knowledge gaps and promote the conservation of Eastern Whip-poor-will in Ontario.
Birds Canada is seeking a highly motivated and skilled individual to help coordinate the programs and day-to-day operation of the Long Point Bird Observatory (‘LPBO’).
Seasonal volunteer internships are available at Birds Canada’s two bird observatories situated at two of Ontario’s foremost bird migration hotspots; Long Point Bird Observatory, on the north shore of Lake Erie, and Thunder Cape Bird Observatory which it operates in partnership with the Thunder Bay Field Naturalists on the north shore of Lake Superior, near Thunder Bay, Ontario.