Bird Monitoring Volunteer Sign-Up
Building New Green Bay Bird Monitoring Partnerships: Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and Northeastern Wisconsin (NEW) Audubon
This project supports a partnership among three organizations: Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, Northeastern Wisconsin (NEW) Audubon, and Audubon Great Lakes in the greater Green Bay, WI region. The goals of the project are to 1) monitor birds across restoration sites on the Oneida Nation to evaluate restoration success and 2) build lasting relationships between Audubon bird watchers, Oneida tribal members, and students.
We seek volunteers to help monitor breeding marsh and grassland birds and migratory shorebirds at conservation sites managed by the Oneida Nation. We will form small teams (2-3 people) that connect a community of birders and Oneida Nation members for a shared experience in nature through community science and storytelling.
Please complete the form below to sign up. Interested volunteers will receive options for monitoring assignments in a follow up email for the summer 2021 breeding season. Volunteers of any experience level in bird watching are welcome to sign up.
If you have questions, please reach out to Erin Giese, President of NEW Audubon and Senior Research Specialist at UW-Green Bay Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, email:
We look forward to working with you as a bird monitor!
Volunteer's First Name:
Volunteer's Last Name:
Phone Number (including area code):
Organization Affiliation (e.g., bird club, Audubon chapter, place of employment, enrolled as a student at university):
Are you a student at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay or another university? Please check the box if this applies to you.
Yes, I am a student.
Please let us know, if you own a pair of binoculars. We encourage bird monitor volunteers to utilize personal binoculars when possible, though we can provide a pair if needed.
Yes, I own a pair of binoculars
No, I do not own a pair of binoculars.
Please share with us what types of birds you are interested in helping monitor. You may check all that apply.
Breeding marshbirds (late May-June)
Breeding grassland birds (late May-June)
Migratory shorebirds (July-October)
How would you rate your experience in identifying northeastern Wisconsin birds by sight and sound?
Bird surveys will be conducted in small groups, usually during early morning hours (~5:00-10:00am). Please share with us the best day(s) of the week for you to volunteer as a bird monitor in summer 2021. You may check all that apply.
Please let us know how many hours you would like to volunteer as a bird monitor in Summer 2021. You may select the best option.
15 hours +
Please confirm that you agree to adhere to Oneida Nation protocols including going through a background check.
If requested, I agree to complete a background check with Oneida Nation.
If there is anything else you would like to share with us, please fill out the comment box below. Thank you!
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