RAPTOR TRAPPER/BANDER NEEDED (1) to assist with long-term study of raptor migration near Boise, Idaho conducted by the INTERMOUNTAIN BIRD OBSERVATORY. WANTED: a mature, experienced, self-motivated field biologist to conduct daily hawk banding from approximately 20 August – 20 October 2019. Raptor Bander ($800-$900/mo.; depending on experience) must have prior field experience, must be an experienced and accomplished raptor trapper and bander, must be able to work and live alone, must be able to set up, maintain, and take down a raptor migration trapping station, must be able to collect, record, and organize detailed banding data, and must have a reliable 4-WD vehicle to access the field site. BOISE PEAK is possibly the premier raptor banding site in the western United States: forested, remote, quiet, and incredibly scenic, this site typically bands 500+ raptors per season including SSHA, COHA, MERL, RTHA, NOGO, AMKE, and other species. Only experienced, serious, and qualified applicants, please. Send a resume, cover letter, and at least three references (with phone # and e-mail if possible) as soon as possible but no later than 15 May 2019. If sending applications as attachments (MS Word) via e-mail (PREFERRED), please send to (EM: gregorykalteneckerATboisestate.edu). Otherwise, send to: Greg Kaltenecker, Director, Intermountain Bird Observatory, Department of Biology, Boise State University, 1910 University Dr., Boise, ID 83725. The position will be filled as soon as a suitable applicant is found.