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Post Info TOPIC: Bird Migration Volunteers Needed - Acadia National Park, Maine


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Bird Migration Volunteers Needed - Acadia National Park, Maine

This is the position we had last year and it has just been posted on Volunteer.gov.  Seasonal Bird Migration Monitoring Volunteers.

It starts the last week of August for a week of training and then runs through the end of October.  We worked five days a week with a three-hour shift in the morning starting just after sunrise, and another two hours in the afternoon going until just before sunset - don't know if that will be the schedule for this year or not.

A full hook-up campsite (water, sewer, & 30-amp electric) at the Schoodic Institute (NOT the Schoodic Woods Campground) is included.

Those with birding experience will have a leg up on other applicants.

Post any questions you may have here, and we'll do our best to answer them.

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