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Liz Purves

Grants Manager

One of my first field jobs was surveying Cerulean Warblers at the Queen’s University Biological Station. This experience piqued my interest in birds, specifically Species at Risk, and I haven’t looked back since. After receiving a Master of Science in Biology studying habitat loss in Eastern Whip-poor-wills, I began working at Birds Canada in 2016 on swifts and swallows. Now, as the Grants Manager I support a range of Birds Canada’s important work to conserve birds. I am inspired by the talented and dedicated Birds Canada staff and supporters and do this work, because birds need our help more than ever.
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