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Graham Sorenson

Aerial Insectivore Conservation Program Coordinator

My passion for nature, conservation, and birds began while growing up in rural Vermont. During my undergraduate studies, I had the opportunity to study Leach’s Storm-Petrels on Kent Island, NB and became hooked on bird research/work. Over the course of field technician jobs on Canada Jays, Common Loons, Savannah Sparrows, Island Scrub-Jays (to name a few), followed by a Master’s degree on Thick-billed Murres at the University of Windsor, I became increasingly passionate about birding as a hobby. I am now always birding and contributing sightings with eBird and other Citizen Science portals. I started with Birds Canada in 2018 and worked for three years in BC coordinating Citizen Science programs, running outreach events, and contributing to and leading research projects. I am now located in New Brunswick where I am the Aerial Insectivore Conservation Program Coordinator for the Atlantic region and contact for the Maritimes Marsh Monitoring Program and Project NestWatch. I really enjoy working with Birds Canada where I can share my enthusiasm for birds and conservation with amazing volunteers, partners, and staff.

Email: gsorenson @

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