EXPERIENCED PASSERINE BANDERS (1) needed for ASAP for fall migration-monitoring project at St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, New Brunswick, Canada. One can expect to catch a good variety of warblers, sparrows, flycatchers, vireos and thrushes; even the odd northern rarity at this small 15-net Station. Bander must have experience extracting birds from mist-nets, as well as handling and identifying passerines. Position involve daily banding, record keeping and minor net maintenance. The position is open immediately and runs for five weeks. Accommodation is provided on the Huntsman Marine Science Centre campus (www.huntsmanmarine.ca) and the successful applicant will be eligible for a $350/week stipend. Having one’s own vehicle is very useful. Please submit a letter of interest, plus two references to Tracey Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org, outlining your previous banding experience including number of birds banded and extracted, and ability to identify birds in the hand.