Field Assistants Wanted For Summer 2012 Field Season!

Application Review begins February 29, 2012

Field Assistants needed late April - early August for an ongoing study of the mating system of the white-throated sparrow. Research will be conducted at the Cranberry Lake Biological Station in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Assistants will aid in mist-netting, banding, sampling blood for hormonal assays and parentage, behavioral observations, GPS/GIS, and song analyses. Previous experience desirable but not necessary; only prerequisites are patience and persistence. Salary includes room, board, and a stipend. Review of applications will begin February 29th and continue until suitable applicants are hired. Applicants that will require a visas to work in the United States MUST apply early in order for visa paper work to be completed by April / May.

Send curriculum vitae or resume and names, phone numbers and email addresses of at least 3 references to:
Dr. Elaina M. Tuttle,
Department of Life Sciences, Science 209,
Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN;
tel: (812)237-8442; e-mail:; or on the web at

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