Postdoctoral researcher in ecological modeling and citizen science needed to develop species distribution models for the Connecticut Bird Atlas project. Position begins approx 1 April, 2017. Full details here.
Bird survey technician needed to conduct forest bird research in Connecticut as part of a large project focused on the effects of forest fragmentation on ecological networks. This is a paid position ($420-480/wk depending on experience), beginning approx. 10 May 2017. Full details here.
Undergraduate researchers needed to help compile data for the Connecticut Bird History project. These are unpaid positions, although independent study credit is a possibility. Positions involve data-basing historic data, compiling information on historical records, and providing editorial support for the creation of web site materials on the ornithological history of the state. For more information send me an email with a resume, a copy of your transcript (unofficial is fine), and a description of why a position on this poject interests you.
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