Come be an apprentice at the Creamer’s Field Migration Station!
The Creamer’s Field Migration Station has a rich history of involving the local community in studying migrating songbirds. Since 1992 volunteers have been the heart of the station, happily giving thousands of hours ever year to the conservation of boreal songbirds. Now we have another way for you to become involved with us. Have you ever wanted to learn to band birds but you already work or go to school? Do you want to learn more than your current volunteer position allows you? As an apprentice you will learn how to open and close nets, extract birds, record data, and how to band the birds and take appropriate measurements, all on a flexible schedule that works best for you. An average of two days a week for the duration of the season are all that is required. More information about apprenticeship opportunities can be found below. Apprentices are accepted on case-by-case basis. Contact April at April.HardingScurr@aksongbird.org if interested.