|IMBD 2011 ~ Go Wild, Go Birding!|
| Go Wild, Go Birding! is the IMBD 2011|
theme, and we have lots in store for you. Be sure to visit our web site regularly to find new activities, downloadable materials, information, and more that you can use to spice up your program or event.
Currently underway is development of our 24-page youth field and activity journal, a publication that will benefit any young person getting started in birdwatching. We are also excited to announce that writer and birder extraordinaire, Kenn Kaufman, will be sharing his thoughts about the importance of engaging new bird enthusiasts in the text on the back of the 2011 poster.
Odds & Ends
Courses, Conferences, New Resources
Audubon New York's Conservation and Science Department is hiring a Conservation Biologist to develop and implement a conservation program targeting grassland birds.
is seeking a Conservation Scientist to work in their Salt Lake City, Utah office. The position requires an MS degree, experience in the field, frequent travel, and more. Visit the HawkWatch website for details. Applications are due November 15, 2010.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology is hiring a full-time project leader for a new three-year, NSF-funded project to create interactive online tools to help the public identify birds.
Project Leader Position
Alliance for Zero Extinction has created a map that illustrates 587 sites where 920 of the world's most endangered wildlife species are restricted.
View the Map
Saving Birds thru Habitat
has a beautiful poster that describes the importance of habitat to birds.