Office Volunteers Currently Needed
We are always in need of volunteers at our office. These jobs are very important to keep our day to day organizational needs running and frees up biologists to work on critical research and recovery plans. You can commit to a couple hours a week or several hours a month. Being an MFBRP volunteer is a rewarding experience and you will get a chance to learn more about the birds and our organization.
- Mist net repair
- Sewing torn gear
- Tree trimming and landscaping services
- Lawn care
- Seed collection
If you have any spare time to volunteer, please email Hanna at firstname.lastname@example.org
Office volunteers donating 20 hours of their time will receive a free MFBRP t-shirt. Those that donate 100 hours will receive a guided bird hike.
Banding Volunteers are often needed during the fall or winter
Please check back for postings. Below is an example of what we tend to look for in our volunteers. Primary field duties will include aiding staff with mist-netting and banding of forest birds.
- Mist-netting and banding experience with passerines, primarily set-up and handling of mist nets and extracting birds
- Hiking in steep backcountry terrain.
Opportunities will be posted on the website as they become available.
For more information, e-mail Hanna Mounce - email@example.com.