Birds Canada is hiring a web application developer. The position will be responsible for the development and maintenance of software applications, in particular web applications and APIs, used for the management of bird population and tracking data through the NatureCounts platform (naturecounts.ca) and Motus Wildlife Tracking Network (motus.org).
Helping birds has never been easier. Last fall and winter, more than 25,000 people across North America watched the birds in their neighbourhoods and turned their observations into scientific discoveries.
After decades of surveys, species assessments, and data collection, leading conservation science groups are launching Canada’s Key Biodiversity Areas Program (KBAs). As part of a global effort, the interactive KBA registry and first suite of formally designated sites are being unveiled October 3 at an event at the Canadian Museum of Nature hosted by the KBA Canada Secretariat (Birds Canada, NatureServe Canada, and Wildlife Conservation Society Canada).