Long Term Bird Skinners
2 people are interested
The Buffalo Museum of Science is looking for volunteers to help with our collections department. We are looking for people who would be willing to commit to a full day of bird specimen preparation (10 am-4:30 pm on Fridays). Their day would include identifications, examination for ecto/endoparasites, data recording, skinning and cleaning skins, preparing study skins, sexing the specimen, skeletonizing non-salvageable skins, etc. Volunteers cannot be squeamish around dead animals, blood, or guts. We are looking for birders-people who KNOW their birds.
We are looking for volunteers who are willing to commit to a year or more of service. Since the training of specimen preparation can be time consuming.
If these seems to be of interest to you, please contact Stephanie Drzymala at email@example.com. Or call her at 716-896-5200 ex 309
About Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences
1020 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14211, US
Inspiring curiosity through exploration
Founded in 1861, the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences has been collecting, studying and providing learning experiences for the people of the Greater Niagara Region for146 years. The Society carries its work out at several different locations throughout the region, including: The Buffalo Museum of Science, Tifft Nature Preserve, neighborhood-based community centers and other outreach locations. The work of the Society is greatly enhanced by the generous efforts of volunteers and interns. If you are interested in joining our team, please contact us at your earliest convenience.
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