>From 2020-2025, New York State will be the first state to conduct its third
>Breeding Bird Atlas, this time using eBird to facilitate data collection. This
>Atlas is a partnership between the New York Natural Heritage Program , SUNY
>ESF faculty, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the
>New York State Ornithological Association, Audubon NY, Cornell University, and
>the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. The Coordinator will play key roles in
>running the atlas’s day-to-day operations, engaging experienced and novice
>birders, and ensuring the collection of high-quality data on New York’s birds.
>Applications for this five-year position are now being accepted and should be
>submitted by September 3, 2018 to receive optimal consideration. Read all the
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NY BBA III Steering Committee Co-chair
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