Subject: Bird Censusing Positions in Oregon and Washington Date: Feb 28 10:42:43 1994 From: Grant Canterbury - gcanter at selway.umt.edu
Two field assistants are needed to conduct songbird point counts and collect associated vegetation data at scattered locations throughout the forests of Oregon and Washington. Applicants should be familiar with identification of Northwest songbirds by sight and sound. The job will entail considerable driving between survey sites, working at early hours, and living out of hotels (possibly some camping as well). Vehicles will be provided and accomodations will be paid. Pay will be $1000-1200/month (depending on experience) plus per diem. Work will begin during last week of April and continue through first week of July. A data entry position may be available later in the summer.
Send a resume and 2 letters of reference to Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, University of Montana, Missoula MT 59812. For further information contact Grant Canterbury at gcanter at selway.umt.edu or leave message at (406) 243-5372. Experienced Northwest birders who are interested in spending a lot of time in the field at the height of the breeding season are encouraged to apply.