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  1. Job Classification: Seasonal full-time (August 25 – October 31) Job Description: INTERPRETIVE NATURALISTS (3) needed for fall migration monitoring projects at New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory (CMBO), Cape May, NJ. Cape May is renowned as one of the world's greatest hotspots for animal migration, as well as being a popular summertime vacation destination and beach resort. The combination of the two offers great opportunities for wildlife research and education through public outreach. Interpretive Naturalists will gain valuable experience in progressing from an active le
  2. Job Classification: Seasonal full time August 1, 2021 – January 15, 2022 Job Description: MIGRATION COUNT COORDINATOR for fall migration monitoring projects at New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory, Cape May, NJ. Cape May is one of the premier fall migration hot spots in the country. Along with coordinating the migration projects the coordinator will also provide day-off relief at each of the 3 migration sites and enter data. NJA fosters the application of sound scientific principles and practices to address conservation issues related to vertebrate and invertebrate fauna, a
  3. Job Classification: Seasonal full time August 25 – November 30, 2021 Job Description: HAWK MIGRATION COUNTER (1) needed for fall hawk watch in Montclair, New Jersey with New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory. Located atop First Watchung Mountain in northern New Jersey, the Montclair Hawk Lookout is the second oldest hawk watch in North America and one of only a handful that operate both a spring and fall count. Our long-term monitoring sites help NJ Audubon keep its finger on the pulse of migration and contribute to conservation and education. NJ Audubon fosters the applicat
  4. Job Classification: Seasonal full-time or part-time (40 hours/week or 30 hours/week) Job Description: MIGRATION COUNTERS (3) for fall migration monitoring projects at New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory, Cape May, NJ. Cape May is one of the premier fall migration hot spots in the country. Specifically, we are hiring: a counter for the Cape May Hawkwatch full time 40 hrs/week (August 25 to December 3), a counter for the Avalon Seawatch full time 40 hrs/week (September 22 to December 24), and a counter for the Cape May Morning Flight Project part time 3
  5. Job Classification: Seasonal Part-time (30 hrs./week), (Mar 1 – May 31, 2021) Job Description: Technician position available during the period March 1 to May 31, 2021 for an ongoing and evolving bird migration monitoring project at Cape May, NJ. The area is world-renowned as a migration hotspot, but a large majority of bird study here has historically occurred during autumn. There is still much to learn about how, why, and when birds migrate north through the Cape May region. The Cape May Springwatch is the newest formalized migration count project conducted by New Jersey Audubon’s Cape M
  6. Job Classification: Seasonal Fulltime (40 hrs./week) March 1 – May 31, 2021 Job Description: SEASONAL MIGRATION COUNT COORDINATOR for spring migration monitoring project at New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory, Cape May, NJ. Cape May is one of the premier migration hot spots in the country. Along with coordinating the migration project the coordinator will also provide day-off relief and enter data. NJA fosters the application of sound scientific principles and practices to address conservation issues related to vertebrate and invertebrate fauna, and the natural habitats with
  7. Job Classification: Seasonal Fulltime (40 hrs./week) March 23 through December 22, 2021 Job Description: The GEORGE MYERS NATURALIST develops a full spectrum of skills through hands-on participation in various educational, research and conservation projects at New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory (CMBO) and Nature Center of Cape May (NCCM), Cape May, NJ. Cape May is renowned as one of the world's greatest hotspots for animal migration, as well as being a popular summertime vacation destination and beach resort. The combination of the two, offers great opportunities for wildlif
  8. Job Classification: Seasonal, Full time (40 hrs./week) March 16 – May 15, 2021 Job Description: Hawk Counter Spring Migration - Seasonal biologist/ornithologist needed to conduct survey of migrating birds of prey in Montclair, NJ. NJ Audubon fosters the application of sound scientific principles and practices to address conservation issues related to vertebrate and invertebrate fauna, and the natural habitats with which they are associated. Responsibilities: Duties include identifying and recording migrating birds of prey, entering data into the Hawk Migration Association of North A
  9. Seasonal, part time (September 1 – October 31; 30hrs/week) Job Description: Interpretive Naturalist Interns (2 positions) for fall migration monitoring projects at New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory (CMBO), Cape May, NJ. Cape May is renowned as one of the world's greatest hotspots for animal migration, as well as being a popular summertime vacation destination and beach resort. The combination of the two offers great opportunities for wildlife research and education through public outreach. The interpretive naturalist intern will gain valuable experience in progressing from a
  10. Job Description: SEASONAL MIGRATION COUNT COORDINATOR for fall migration monitoring projects at New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory, Cape May, NJ. Cape May is one of the premier fall migration hot spots in the country. Along with coordinating the migration projects the coordinator will also provide day-off relief at each of the 3 migration sites and enter data. NJA fosters the application of sound scientific principles and practices to address conservation issues related to vertebrate and invertebrate fauna, and the natural habitats with which they are associated. Duties:
  11. Job Description: MIGRATION COUNTER (3) for fall migration monitoring projects at New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory, Cape May, NJ. Cape May is one of the premier fall migration hot spots in the country. Specifically, we are hiring a counter for the Cape May Hawkwatch Full time 40 hrs/week (September 1 to December 3), a counter for the Avalon Seawatch Full time 40 hrs/week (September 22 to December 24), and a counter for the Cape May Morning Flight Project (August 1 to November 15/part time – 30 hrs/week). NJA fosters the application of sound scientific principles and practices t
  12. Job Description: Fall Hawk Migration Counter (Seasonal biologist/ornithologist) needed to conduct survey of migrating birds of prey in Montclair, NJ. NJ Audubon fosters the application of sound scientific principles and practices to address conservation issues related to vertebrate and invertebrate fauna, and the natural habitats with which they are associated. Duties: · Identify and count all migrating raptors. · Maintain daily data entry into a digital platform and follow backup data procedures as needed. · Keep appropriate records for rare sighti
  13. SONGBIRD TECHNICIAN for Cape May long-term bird-banding operation at New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory, Cape May, NJ. Cape May is one of the premier fall migration hot spots in the country. Specifically, we are hiring a songbird technician for the Cape May Bird Banding Project; 24 July through 10 November 2020. NJA fosters the application of sound scientific principles and practices to address conservation issues related to vertebrate and invertebrate fauna, and the natural habitats with which they are associated. Major Responsibilities Duties: · Site Preparat
  14. EXPERIENCED SONGBIRD BANDERS for Cape May long-term bird-banding operation at New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory, Cape May, NJ. Cape May is one of the premier fall migration hot spots in the country. Specifically, we are hiring 2 Experienced Songbird Banders for the Cape May Bird Banding Project for 24 July to approximately 10 November. NJA fosters the application of sound scientific principles and practices to address conservation issues related to vertebrate and invertebrate fauna, and the natural habitats with which they are associated. Major Responsibilities Duties:
  15. Hawk Counter Spring Migration - Seasonal biologist/ornithologist needed to conduct survey of migrating birds of prey at Montclair Hawk Lookout, Montclair, NJ. New Jersey Audubon fosters the application of sound scientific principles and practices to address conservation issues related to vertebrate and invertebrate fauna, and the natural habitats with which they are associated. Responsibilities: Duties include identifying and recording migrating birds of prey, entering data into the Hawk Migration Association of North America database, and interacting with the public. Duties: ·
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