Are you starting or continuing a career in bird conservation? Bird conservation is a rewarding career opportunity and one of the best ways you can support birds and the places they need in the Rockies region. Browse bird-focused conservation jobs available in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah.
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Director of Major Giving, National Audubon Society (Remote based out of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah)
The director of major giving will assist in growing the major gifts program primarily across the Audubon Rockies territory (Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah) for the National Audubon Society. They do so through collaborative fundraising efforts together with field leadership, regionally-based current and former national board members, advisory board members, and other conservation professionals working across the Audubon network to support Audubon in achieving its ambitious state, regional, and national goals. Learn more and apply
Four-Mile Ranch Seasonal Educator, Audubon Rockies (Pagosa Springs, Colorado)
Audubon Rockies is looking for two part-time educators to support our educational programs at Four Mile Ranch in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, and other regional locations. We offer educational programs and special events to local schools while promoting National Audubon Society's conservation efforts through hands-on science education programs. Learn more and apply
Applied Conservation Scientist, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies (Fort Collins, Colorado; negotiable)
Bird Conservancy is seeking a dynamic scientist to lead a research program focused on assessing and improving on-the-ground conservation delivery. The applied conservation scientist will work closely with our science and stewardship team as well as external partners to co-produce research to assess effectiveness and, as needed, adaptively update voluntary conservation practices to maximize wildlife and human benefits. A key component of this role will be the development of translational data products and decision support tools to maximize conservation return on investment. Learn more and apply
Biological Field Technician, Western EcoSystems Technology, Inc. (Southeast Wyoming and Northern Colorado)
Conduct post-construction surveys at operational wind farms for bird and bat fatalities. There is potential for the right candidate to assist with other wildlife studies including avian use, nest monitoring, and sensitive species surveys. Learn more and apply
Intern, Flying Diamond Ranch (Kit Carson, Colorado)
Flying Diamond Ranch, an Audubon-certified bird-friendly ranch, is seeking an intern to aid in all aspects of their ranching business in Cheyenne County, Colorado. Duties will include calving, branding, fencing, grazing management, equipment and facility maintenance, and more. Learn more and apply
Motus Technician, Tracy Aviary (Salt Lake City, Utah)
Tracy Aviary is offering a two-month seasonal motus technician position which will assist in motus station installations in the Salt Lake Valley and help teach motus tagging to local bird banders and students. Learn more and apply
Northwest Colorado Sagebrush Conservation Partnership Coordinator, Mule Deer Foundation (Grand Junction or Meeker, Colorado)
The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF), in collaboration with local and state partners, is seeking applicants to fulfill a shared partnership position for northwest Colorado intended to enhance collaborators' ability to conserve sagebrush rangelands. The incumbent’s responsibility will be to increase the delivery and implementation of conservation efforts of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and collaborative partners across northwest Colorado. The position will provide range and wildlife technical assistance and coordination and support for collaborative conservation, management, and restoration efforts in crucial sagebrush steppe habitat for lands managed by the BLM as well as private and state lands. Learn more and apply
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To submit a position for posting, please email email@example.com. Submitted positions should advance bird conservation and be located in Colorado, Wyoming, or Utah.